A few weeks ago, my long time friends Steph & Jeanie of Cute & Nast came down for a round up of art shows.
Michelle (Chubby Bunny) and Myself were interested in visiting an art show by Richard Erlich, a photographer we’d both collaborated with in the past. So all four of us hopped over to Bergamont Station in Santa Monica, CA. For the unaware (like we were), Bergamont Station is a collection of small art galleries which displays a variety of artwork from various artists.
After the Richard Erlich show we wandered about the maze of galleries and found an array of odds and ends!
It so happened that Steph also wanted to see the NOFERIN “The Place We Call Home” exhibit at the Corpo Gallery inside Bergamont Station.
There was also an exhibit for Dan May’s “The Nature of things to come”. I felt there was a strong ‘Where the Wild Things are’ vibe to a lot of his pieces.
After the shows, we were all a bit famished. Some how, I felt like someone was watching out for us, for what should we see when we came back to our car but THE DOSA TRUCK.
It was not however, with out delay. There were a few issue with parking the actual truck so all four of us lounged about waiting for it to find a spot.
After the truck parked we were all able to get our chow on. I ended up getting a Slum Dog Dosa which consisted of spinach and an asian pesto along with a mango lasis. Michelle got her half & half dosa with ginger limeade. I can’t say enough how amazing the food was. My first real food truck experience ended with full success!
The adventure continued onwards though! After eating up, we left the Dosa Truck and headed to the Buff Monster “Heavy Metal Ice Cream Smile” show at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City.
After prancing about the gallery for a bit, we all decided it was time to go home and eat some more. There was contemplation of going out to see another art show, but we opted for a late night Disneyland Adventure at 8PM instead! But that my friends, is a-whole-nother adventure saved for another day.
– Yume Ninja