Last Wednesday, as I do most Wednesdays I post things that are of interest coming for the weekend. Sometimes I do follow up those activities, like the Norton Museum. It was a free Saturday and there was a massive crowd there. The draw was Annie Leibovitz’s name however the show stealer was the Radical Camera Club show of N.Y. It truly opens one’s eye to the day to day life style in the late 30’s. Child labor, the people who the song “Putting on the Ritz” was written for. Harlem as a thriving community. Annie’s show, well having access helps, as does a reputation for Rolling Stone covers, those images were not available but the second tier of her body of work was there. Not enough attention was given to the Installation by Rob Wynne sometime you don’t see the whats right there en route to elsewhere. I admire detail work and it was here if you gave it a moment. I asked for more info on it and was told to go over to the brochures, there was none, so I did what I do a lot. Took photo of the accompanying text by the the body of work. to remember the name of the artist. Then I can research when I get home. Beautifully executed. On the way home I thought let me pick some things up at the new Monterrey Grocery store the grand opening was in full swing. I took these photos and abandoned my quest. Should have known better as the parking lot was jammed.