A piece from this interesting and worthwhile show at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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Very cool. DC art galleries don’t seem to carry this type of stuff but what do you expect from a stuffy and conservative city?
Stuffy conservatism? Maybe that will change if you-know-who gets elected.
I guess I go towards the classical end of art…Either way…This is a bit creepy…In a good way of course. ;)
It is a bit creepy and odd, but that fits the general thrust of this blog. ;)
I guess you have a point…All the best on finding something to top that one…Perhaps a giant sombrero? Image
I can see it now…
That’s great. I’ve actually been there. They have ads for that place across four U.S. Southern states. Hilarious. :)
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Where is the rest of her evil giant anime corpse?
Wouldn’t you like to know…
Is it just me or is art getting to be a bit of a joke. No offense intended but it’s a kids toy isn’t it? Or is the emperor really wearing clothes and I just don’t see them?
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