Some photos of the kids.
We also were walking out and there was a sign by one of the galleries that said that there was nudity inside. That certainly got Helena asking questions. I peek in and see lots of artwork, but nothing that would be bad. I ask her if she’d like to see, and she says, “Sure!”.
When you first walk in, there is nothing out of the ordinary – a statue of a bird is the only thing that I can remember. I see a very large canvas at the other end of the large gallery that seems to be lots of small black and white photographs on it. I guess that it is the culprit. Then I notice the video of a woman massaging her breasts. Helena sees it to. I said, “Well, is that what you wanted to see?”. And Helena says, “She’s doing this!”, mimicking the woman.Well, that’s art, I suppose. Maybe there is more to it, but I think that she saw enough.
Earlier in the day we drove by the billboard that has a nude painting on it for the MIA. I said, “That lady’s naked!”. Helena said, “Well, I think that was the way you were born”.