Urban Lights

Old Objectivity

Dallas Aunt came and left for Thanksgiving. While I always welcome some time away from having to stress out about The Grandmother, I’m not sure why she had to come. She refused to go to our family’s Thanksgiving dinner (albeit it was actually held the day before Thanksgiving, but she was here in time to attend.) It seems the only thing she did the entire time was yell at people, yell at the Grandmother, yell at me.

But it was still nice to get away. I was so happy to go to LACMA on Monday. I’ve been meaning to go to New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic 1919-1933 for a while.

New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, 1919–1933

Madd and I had a late lunch, and we took our time since we knew that after 3 pm admission is free for LA County residents. We weren’t quite sure whether they closed at 7 or 8, but we figured we had time. So we got there at 4:30 and find out that they close at 5! Oops. We went through the exhibit in like 20 minutes which meant we didn’t really get to absorb it.

I’ll have to go back around Christmas time when Dallas Aunt comes back to visit. But I also got to take a picture of Urban Lights above like every other basic bitch here in LA. But at least I didn’t pose or get a shot of anyone posing. That’s just stupid.