Stream Now: Recent immigrants from China navigate a new language and culture while living in single room occupancy hotels, a vital but fast disappearing housing option for San Francisco’s working class, in “Home Is a Hotel” a Center for Asian American Media film.
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For this shoot Kristopher and I were inspired by the photography of Lola Alvarez Bravo. Particularly by her photographs of Frida Kahlo (click here to learn more about Lola if you don’t already know who she is). We ventured out to the succulent gardens in Golden Gate Botanical Garden for the location. And I DIY’d this top!
When two teenagers at a San Francisco
art museum decided to put a pair of
glasses on the floor as a prank, visitors
thought it was a piece of modern art,
admired it, pondered its meaning,
and took pictures. Source