Minifashionistas Viewing “This Isn’t Trash”
When children’s book author, Herve Tullet’s team invited us to Brooklyn to see his latest art exhibit, we trekked over the Brooklyn Bridge! These two Manhattan min-fashionistas were excited to view “This Isn’t Trash,” (the title to this imaginative artist’s graphic installation). With an intriguing title like that, wouldn’t you?
The Invisible Dog Art Center where this was held was packed that night with art-lovers looking to get up close and personal with the both the author and his work. And up-close viewings of This Isn’t Trash confusingly revealed (trash-like) torn paper, shreds, tape and scraps left on the floor.
above photo: Courtesy The Invisible Dog- Simon Courchel
There was even a cardboard box sitting in the middle of the room, there for people to discover, with the label this isn’t trash filled with scrap, and torn pieces of his art. Of course, rummaging through this was a big hit with the kids!
For more on this exhibit, check out my article on Mommy Nearest!
Finally, check out these two playing ring around the rosie right outside the exhibit! (Thanks GothamLove for the video!)