He is a painter, but for about half of the exhibit, I thought it was photography because his paintings are so sharp and life like, and I wasn't the only one. He does absolutely amazing work. The coolest part about the exhibit is that we had a guided tour by Helnwein, himself!! It was awesome. Check out his exhibit at www.galerierudolfinum.cz. After class, a couple of us went to an exhibit on sexism. It was really interesting and controversial. They showed the Andy Warhol film Women in Revolt, which was the most made movie I have ever seen, but it was still interesting. They had a lot of films and art about the concept of sex and how it may be viewed as a faux pas, and masculinity and femininity. In the evening, Dana, Kate, and I (Dana and Kate are my roommates) went to have some wine on Charles Bridge. This was my first time to be on Charles Bridge at night. It was so beautiful. I took some great photos!