Sunday, July 22, 2012

Gaultier Exhibit

Yesterday I went to the fantastic and fabulous Gaultier retrospective at the De Young. The show spans almost four decades (77 - present), from mowhawks to Madonna to mermaids, and features the creepiest animated mannequins ever. It was also crowded as hell. I didn't bring my real camera; I thought for sure there'd be no photography; but lo and behold, coolness was in the air.  Fortunately, I had my trusty tablet; I got some fairly decent shots for such low light. Here are a few of highlights, and a link to the full set on flickr.  (Also? The guards at the De Young were all over video-shooters, so thanks for that video goes to the shoddy security at Musee des beaux Arts in Montreal. )

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