I was looking through the mylar covered
(calm down g.o)
Guggenheim International Exhibition of 1971
and was thinking that some of the artist portraits looked
like they belonged more in
a high school yearbook
a serious international art exhibition catalog.
But that's why I liked it so much.
Everyone is young and cute and for the most part looks happy
not brooding and moody like I envisioned a lot of these
artists to look like at that time.
Sensitive Poet Guy
Yeah, he does look moody,
but those doe eyes?
You got me right where you want me Larry....
International Exchange Student
This is about as "happy" as you will
ever see Sir Richard look.
He is my neighbor and he always
looks like he is about to
kick your ass,
and he could.
Biology teacher, girls track coach, serving 5-10.
In a band.
You never see him in class.
But he always makes A's
and all the teachers love him.
Drives a "Beemer",
fucked your girlfriend,
and you still like the jackass.
Very "Breakfast Club" of you Joe.
Shop Class Stud
I never find Don that sexy,
but that shiny stack behind him?
Wet for that thang Donny....
Don't you love that the
King of Florescent
looks like your high school science teacher?
European Rebel Girl.
Her dad is a chemist at the town plastics factory
and she dares to smoke in the cafeteria.
The only chick here
(big surprise, it was 1971)
but she represents very well.
There is always a joker in the class.
Terry Richardson would be proud
of this pose.
Not sure what Mr Dias is up to here,
but it appears to be drug related.
Walter De Maria
The Popular Super Nerd
Always had the best weed,
and a girlfriend that was way too hot for him.
Toke it up Garfunkel!