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This June, Green Kill will host a much anticipated exhibition, Paris Ain’t Much of a Town  The opening party is on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 5 to 8 PM. The show runs from June 3 to 27. Green Kill hours are 3 to 9 PM, Tuesday through Saturday.

Paris Ain’t Much Of a Town is a 100% Authentic and Certified group show organized and curated by Grace Fossett and Esmé Saccuccimorano which seeks to highlight innovative and unexpected work being produced by young artists. Bringing together a diverse range of talents and styles, as well as an eclectic yet harmonious array of mediums and modes of presentation, this show transforms the gallery into a fully immersive, wonderfully confusing experience.  The work included addresses topics such as ritual, bodily autonomy and identity in today’s political climate, and exploration within mediums, as well as the experience of growing up in a world constantly inundated with negative news.  Participating in the show are artists Makenzie Morrow, Nora Papageorgantis, Isobel Connelly, Jake Butcher, Elizabeth Kaiser, Aidan Kaplan-Wright, Jack Smith, Eli McClatchy, Zofia Anderson Frankel, Dan Profaci, Kayla Ludwig, Dexter Pardon and Andrew Sensenig, as well as Grace Fossett and Esmé Saccuccimorano themselves. All of these artists are primarily self-taught, are working independently, and are either in school or have already dropped out.

We would like to dedicate this show to our friends who have cashed in their chips this last year. We really miss you pals, still mad at you for up and dying. Love you.

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Participating in the show are artists Kayla Ludwig, Makenzie Morrow, Nora Papageorgantis, Isobel Connelly, Jake Butcher, Elizabeth Kaiser, Aidan Kaplan-Wright, Jack Smith, Eli McClatchy, Zofia Anderson Frankel, Dan Profaci, Dexter Pardon and Andrew Sensenig, as well as Grace Fossett and Esmé Saccuccimorano themselves. All of these artists are primarily self-taught, are working independently, and are either in school or have already dropped out.

Paris Ain’t Much of a Town

“Paris Ain’t Much of a Town” coming this June transforms the gallery into a fully immersive, wonderfully confusing experience.

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