DAILEY AND I VISITED THE FLOW 流 BY JAE KO EXHIBIT AT THE CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM OF ARTS HOUSTON, AND THIS MONOCHROMATIC LOOK WAS PERFECT. THIS ALL-WHITE ENSEMBLE TOTALLY COMPLEMENTED THE FLOW EXHIBIT'S VIBE. IT WAS REALLY RELAXING, AND IT FELT LIKE AN EXHIBIT WHERE I COULD JUST SIT FOR HOURS, LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION BECAUSE OR WRITER'S BLOCK OR SOMETHING.
Photography by DAILEY Hubbard
POST PROCESSING Edit by GEMRICK
Contemporary Museum of Arts
MFAH Sculpture Garden
FLOW 流 had very calming elements, and you really could get lost in the waves of the installation. Everything is made of paper. I would have never guessed that it was paper if I didn't see it unclose for myself. It was definitely one of my favorite exhibits to cross my mind over the last year.
This minimalist vibe of simplicity can really go a long way! Check out some of people's photos of the FLOW 流 exhibit. It's on view until September 18, so you have a little less than a month to see it. Best of all—it's free!