get lost, lost Lost exhibit.

This is not like that eight buffalos sentence. I didn't write it to be coy. I mean it.

I missed this Lost exhibit.

How?  How, how, how?  I am on their mailing list. How did I miss this? Los Angeles, you are driving me crazy. I'm saturated with stuff.  Add some hours to the day please, especially since I generally work at least 12 of them, like a crazy person oh wait like everyone else in Los Angeles, except when we aren't working and sit in coffee shops all day or surf or have brunch with our dogs on patios in t-shirts (that's us in t-shirts, not the dogs, not the patios) while everyone else is shoveling five feet of snow; and add some days to the week; and some weeks to the year. Because it's impossible to do everything, and that's really why I stick around, but it's driving me crazy.

Right now:

The Art of Motion Picture Costume Design - 23rd annual, at FIDM

allegedly ..... at the Hollywood Museum on Highland, the allegedly annual (though I've not heard of it, I can vouch for the Hannibal Lecter prison cell in the basement, so a wasted trip there is never wasted) "Celebration of Entertainment Awards" exhibit with some set pieces from Boyhood and Nightcrawler. Nothing about this on their website (which isn't maintained well, which is why I say "allegedly"), but they do say they have some Harry Potter things. And if they don't, the Warner Brothers museum does.

famous people's typewriters at the Paley Center.

and Paleyfest.

"Louis Vuitton Series 2 - Past, Present and Future" (immersive exhibit of Nicolas Ghesquière's vision for Louis Vuitton)

and Hollywood Costume at the new Academy Museum.

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