Thursday, October 16, 2008

Regime Change Starts At Home

Saturday night, we have the honor of DJing the afterparty for Irvine Contemporary Gallery's new show "Regime Change Starts At Home" featuring artists Shepard Fairey (Obey Giant), Al Farrow, and Paul Miller (DJ Spooky). Shepard's been in DC all week and wheatpasting his new pieces on buildings, newspaperboxes, alleys, and more all over town. My personal fave is the huge Obama piece on the side of the Marvin building at the corner of 14th/U St. Check out the show at Irvine. The whole show and show concept works very well. Al Farrow's scuptures are amazing, and should NOT be missed. Show's up till Dec 6. Get off your ass.



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Also, on Nov 15, 2008, we will be DJing the Transformer Gallery's legendary annual auction again at the incredible Halcyon House in Georgetown. This party ranks as one of our favorite parties in DC and is well worth the $150 donation (not even including the open bar and food by sponsors like Mandu, Paisley Fig, & more!). Nick also sits on Transformer's board of director's, and Brian will have a piece in the show for the 2nd year (his autographed portrait of Chuck Brown created a ton of excitement last year!).

1 comment:

Lindsay said...

Regime change starts at home, and then improves things north of the border, too, as an added bonus! (Hi from Vancouver.) Thanks for the photo, Brian.