Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills

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It’s ya girl Tiwinkle logging on! I recently realized that I want to engage with my readers. Hence, I am adding a newsletter subscription on the bottom of this post. I really hope you subscribe, this way I am able to send you updates on what I am doing in a classier way—EMAIL! In addition, I am camera shy. I don’t feel 100% comfortable of people taking pictures of me. Still, I am working on that barrier to create contact for you on here.

Now, for the post of the day, I recently went to a art gallery. I like art. I’m trying to get more into it. I love aesthetics! I think it’s why this is the direction I am going towards. It’s fascinating how people would make these art pieces. What is even more interesting is the clients and customers who will buy it!

I wanted to go visit this art gallery because Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami teamed up to build this show called “America Too.”


I am familiar with Takashi Murakami’s work from when I visited the Broad in Downtown Los Angeles. I also recently discovered more about Virgil Abloh. I feel that I should have already known about him, but it’s never late. It is however fascinating how he is becoming a creative director without any previous records of being a fashion designer. Nonetheless, the work the two artists created was quite interesting.