Dinner Preview of Diego-Rodriguez Warner's "Perilism"
Before Diego-Rodriguez Warner’s Perilism opens to the public, sit down for a four-course meal with the artist. During a champange reception, Warner will discuss his work; then, you'll join him for a dinner of avocado and crab salad, Colorado bass, and more. The innovative young artist, born to an unlikely pair (a Nicaraguan Marxist father and Coloradan Quaker mother), explores the uncivilized, violent reality that exists within our enlightened civilization in his latest exhibition. Heads up: Only 20 seats are available for the dinner. Can't snag a spot? The opening reception on August 10 is open to the public, and the works will be on view until September 8. Fri 7 p.m.Date: Aug 9, 2013 6:00 pm - Sep 8, 2013 6:00 pm
Venue: Leon Gallery
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