My Plastic Heart
15 Beats: The Artists of My Plastic Heart, a group exhibition featuring 15 of the artists who well represent myplasticheart’s artistic vision in which the lines of cute and innocent are blurred with the eerie and strange. mph is pleased to bring these exceptional artists to Brooklyn, NY in a creative collaboration with Bunnycutlet Gallery. The exhibition is curated by mph owners Vincent Yu and Bikkei Law, who established the store/gallery on the Lower East Side in 2004 and have seen it thrive with their unique brand of “Low Brow” art, as they combine their passions for art and toys to find a seamless balance and symbiotic relationship between the two. This is the curatorial debut of Yu and Law at Bunnycutlet and the incredible lineup of artists will not disappoint!
Abe Lincoln Jr.
15 Beats: The Artists of My Plastic Heart
Opening night June 21st, 7 – 10pm
Exhibition runs until July 19, 2013
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