The Smithsonian American Art Museum has a new exhibit called, No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man. The indoor and outdoor exhibition will be running until January 2019.
If you haven’t heard of Burning Man, it’s an annual event that is held in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert. The week-long event is a center for self-expression, admitting almost 70,000 people. Around the event, attendees can find large art installations such as these above. Learn more here.
I can’t go on – running through lovers.
From a few weekends ago, I got brunch with Jen and Jon in Eastern Market. Afterwards, we walked around the city. The District is filled with color, and I love discovering more of it everyday.
2017, you were a roller coaster ride. Thankful to spend my New Year’s Eve weekend with my family in New York City. Ready to start fresh in 2018.
The Color Factory is a pop-up experience and art exhibit in San Francisco, California. The sold out two-story interactive exhibition celebrates color with installations by several artists. You can check out their official Instagram page here.
Oh, it’s pronounced “Nor-fik?” My GPS corrected me on my 4-5 hour drive from DC to Norfolk, VA. Traffic was a nightmare from the city, but it was worth it to see my friends this past weekend.
From visiting the Norfolk Botanical Garden to the Chrysler Art Museum, this smaller city outside of DC was a nice getaway for my birthday.
Finally uploading more photos from my trip to the Dominican Republic in July. This is part 2 of the Street Series.
For July 4th, I went to the Dominican Republic with my family for a short vacation.
Although we stayed in Punta Cana, we got to explore the capital for the day. Here are some photos I captured on the streets of Santo Domingo.