Groundbreaking New Art Pop Up Brings A Dark And Decadent New Flavor to Hollywood Nightlife
The Burgundy Room Gallery is proud to present Artcrimes —an evolution of the art pop-up by Cakeland creator Scott Hove, world-renowned tattooist Henry Lewis, and Burgundy Room founder Vanessa Burgundy. Bringing together the best of decadent LA nightlife and subversive art, this is a new kind of experience, offering late-night hours and an oeuvre much different than the usual “selfie museums.” Artcrimes will feature new immersive installations and sculptures for sale by Hove, large-scale murals, paintings and graphic work by Lewis, with cutting-edge, thought-provoking and quite possibly terrifying performance art and specialty acts curated by Burgundy in the space throughout the month. Located on Cahuenga right off Hollywood Blvd, and next to the landmark Burgundy Room, Artcrimes will become an integral part of the Hollywood night-life, bringing immersive art to the bar scene and drawing passersby into a whole new world. And of course there will be plenty of decadent photo opps. Artcrimes will be open Thursday thru Sunday until October 26, with $15 per person timed-entry tickets reserved at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/artcrimes-tickets-70529620995.
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