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 D. Hubbard
Editing by G. Curtom
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!