Hammer Museum “Curtains Up” shot by Kim Genevieve
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with one of my friends Kim Genevieve, who is also an incredible photographer that brings the most mundane objects and scenery to life. That’s not to say that there was anything mundane about this shoot’s particular location, which was The Hammer museum’s “The Curtains” exhibition by Korean artist Yunhee Min. This was (surprisingly) my first shoot with Kim, and (surprisingly) my first shoot inside of a museum. We arrived early in the morning and were able to shoot as needed, as the entire museum was closed off to the public. A fun, colorful experience. As LiveFast & writer Nadja Sumter states, “As you walk along the the Terrace, the sun spills onto panels of bright, vibrant drapery installed as a multipurpose delineation of space and incredible exploration of color. Artist Yunhee Min allowed the palettes of blue, pink, yellow, orange and red to shift and rotate, creating different experiences with geometry and color blocking. “
Being at The Hammer reminded me that I should go out and visit more, more often. It’s a wonderful place to find inspiration, and most of them are right under our noses! So why not? What museums do you love to go to?