The Jepson Center is hosting a fantastic exhibit on the art and artists of Paris in the 1920s and 30s. The field is an infatuation of mine, and became an academic passion when I took an entire semester on the topic in college. I programmed a series of films to coincide with the exhibit but it was only recently that I had the chance to (finally) see the exhibit for myself. It is far reaching and impressive. I was delighted by old favorites and new discoveries alike.
They don’t allow photos inside the exhibit, but here are some images to get you in the mood.
|My attempt at surrealist photography|
No summer afternoon is complete without a stop at Leopold’s Ice Cream. My latest visit included assisting friend Stratton Leopold with repairing the vintage jukebox. Sadly, we were unable to locate the exact problem. But my Dutch Utopia on a sugar cone was amazing!