Like Minds presents
52 Church St
Cambridge, MA, 02138
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
A one night exhibition of DJ's, Fine Artists, Stylists, Writers and Performers. Exposing Boston to some of the best local artists in their respective fields. Intended to inspire new ideas, question old standards, and celebrate great work. Let the party begin.
F e a t u r i n g:
****MUSIC CURATED BY DJ's****
Curator and Resident DJ for Don't Ask Don't Tell
Curator/Coordinator for Like Minds
****A PERFORMING FASHION INSTALLATION****
Produced by ALEXANDER TAUREAU
with styling by Alexander Taureau
DYLAN JAMES of Modern Garconne
with couture clothing and original fashions provided by:
TBA SOON (but trust its a great list)
Headlining International Artist with work featured in the permanent collection of MoMA and the Saatchi Gallery.
"Kolk’s work seems preoccupied above all with visual ideas that relate to personal identity, whether they be graffiti tags, repeated rows of human eyes, or the faces of fashion models, and their juxtaposition in fragmentary form on the surfaces of his works is a way of deferring that identity’s resolution. No-one, in Kolk’s work, is fully whole."
- SAATCHI GALLERY
Her provocative, culturally infused works are fun and heavy at the same time. Encouraging the viewer to both ask questions and be visually stimulated.
Paul DeRuvo is a printmaker recently graduated from Massachusetts College of Art. He is living and working between Boston, MA and Norwalk, CT and exploring ideas about gender and identity in his work. He is currently pursuing a career as both a fine artist and a collaborative printer.
NATHANIEL DEAN (DEAD ART STAR)
Whether he is heavily modifying pre-existing found artworks to his vision or ferociously creating unbridled pieces of dark and beautiful essence, Maxwell does not separate art from his daily life.
With mixed media works focusing on a combination of myth and culture, Leroy masterfully brings together the traditional portrait with postmodern symbolism to create an altar-esque experience.
Don't Ask Don't Tell Resident Video Artist
Psychedelic collages of captivating imagery producing a trance like effect on its viewers, most cant pull their eyes away. His videos can make you laugh, turn you on and horrify you all within several seconds.
Ticket Price: $15 available at door day of show;
for additional information please contact:
The Sinclair is general admission standing room only.
Tickets available at TICKETMASTER.COM, or by phone at 800-745-3000. No service charge on tickets purchased in person at The Sinclair Box office Tuesdays-Saturdays 12-7PM. Please note: box office is cash only.
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