The Hirshhorn Museum opened a new exhibition last week, “Suspended Animation,” composed of six different artists who created digital generated images. If you walk through the set of rooms, it can feel quick, but watch each film from beginning to end; you can sit for a hour or two.
Although you can’t take pictures inside (and the rest of the museum) I finally saw Barbara Kruger’s “Belief+Doubt” before entering the new series of films. If you haven’t been yet, stop by as the Hirshhorn is free admission.
I went for a dark look and managed to grab a picture with my boyfriend, Justin, in front of an Andy Warhol. We went the day before Valentine’s Day because we both hate crowds (yet we go to music festivals every year?).
How did you celebrate the day of love?
Crewneck: Pacsun (similar here).
Bag: MK by Michael Kors.
Thigh-High Socks: Forever 21.