Night Aquarium 

Last Sunday I attended the annual Night Aquarium held in Nihonbashi. It was a great experience to see a cross between art and marine life and I made sure to take lots of pictures! This event runs through September I believe with some special nights featuring a DJ and drink bar (I went on a Sunday and there was no DJ unfortunately ☹️). Check out the pictures I took below!

-PW

OOTD: I’m wearing pants 

Recently I had a day off from work to show my boyfriend around Nagoya. We went to the Nagoya city art museum where we took some cool pictures in this exhibit. Take a look at my outfit! Despite the pictures I AM indeed wearing pants 😜

-PW

Band T-shirt: WEGO

Boots:Dr. Martens 

Earrings: H&M

   
  
    
    
  

my lovely boyfriend, Adrian ❤️
 

MoMA

If you know me, then you know I have a keen interest in art, meaning the Meuseum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City was one of the places I had to visit. I was surprised to see how many famous pieces were on display and how many artists I recognized, including my favorite artist of all time, Frida Kahlo. Below are some pictures I took, though they don’t do the art justice. If you ever find yourself in NYC, I HIGHLY recommend paying MOMA a visit! (Friday’s from 4-8 entry is free 😁)

-PW

   

Campbell’s Soup Cans by Andy Warhol
    
Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh
  
Frida ❤️
  
  
The Persistence Of Memory, Salvador Dali
  
“bitch, wait your turn.”
    
    
awesome exhibit by artist Rachel Harrison. the exhbit is called Perth Amboy
   

ARTOMATIC 2015

So. Much. Art. Earlier today I went to ARTOMATIC, an art exhibition in Hyattsville, MD. This particular exhibition took place in an office building with the whole structure being covered in pieces of art from paintings, to sculptures and even a full length feature film. It was truly a joy getting to walk around and observe for a couple hours and even better to attend with members of UMD MasTERPiece! Enjoy the photos I got to take of the art below!

-PW

   
    
    
    
    
  

my favorite part of the exhibit was definitely the photography by Greg Knott.
  
    
definitely would like to get something commissioned by him in the future.
    
read what it says behind me
  
just ignore Nixon’s dumb ass 😂