I’m pleased to present LET THEM EAT CAKE by Cheryl Dunn, opening at Subliminal Projects this Saturday! Cheryl is a New York-based photographer that I’ve known for more than 25 years. I’ve always admired her street shots and protest photography, and it’s an honor to have her work on view at my gallery. LET THEM EAT CAKE provides an arching photo survey of the current American political climate and the Americana landscape as it withstands the story of a divided country, not from the perspective of politicians and their agenda, but from the people in the streets.
25% of the purchase price from art sales will be donated to the ACLU to support their mission to realizing the promise of the Constitution for all and expanding the reach of its guarantees. In conjunction with the opening, my team at Subliminal teamed up with Deadbeat Club to release a zine highlighting images from the exhibition, available in-store at the opening reception at 7pm, and online at deadbeatclubpress.com.
Visit this page to RSVP to the opening reception on Saturday, March 14th, 7-10pm at Subliminal Projects. I’ll be djing, and so will Pubesky of Obey Clothing. Complimentary valet and drinks will be provided. I also wanted to say that we are following updates from the officials, and at this time, we are moving forward with Subliminal Projects‘ programming as planned. I encourage everyone to come out and support this show and Cheryl Dunn. Our mission is to provide a space for meaningful art to spark dialogue, and this show embraces that ethos fully. If you are healthy, I hope to see you there!