Museum’s Exhibit of Hilariously Awkward Family Photos


With the upcoming exhibit of Awkward Family Photos at the California Heritage Museum in Santa Monica, it’s clear that taking awkward family photos is not just a cringeworthy memory, but a form of art. The exhibit, open from March 28 to July 27, will display the best of the worst family photos that are all incredibly awkward in their own special way, whether it’s because of questionable fashion choices, hilarious facial expressions, uncomfortable posing, or just plain regrettable decisions.

According to childhood friends Mike Bender and Doug Chernack, the creators of the website Awkward Family Photos, “[The exhibit is] about celebrating the family experience and shining a light on all of those deliciously awkward moments that come with the price of family membership.” The exhibit invites viewers to commemorate life’s less than picture-perfect moments through ten themes: Family Portrait, Siblings, Vacation, Kids, Holidays, Weddings, Dad, Mom, Grandparents, Birthdays, and Family Pet. Visitors can also have their photo taken and displayed as part of the exhibit.











Awkward Family Photos Website
California Heritage Museum Website
via [Daily Mail]



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