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Laundry Masala: Spicy New Art by Indian Explorers Emily C-D and Jessie Unterhalter

Opening Saturday April 12th 7-11pm / thru May 11th by appointment

@ the WHOLE gallery
405 W. Franklin St.
3rd Floor of the H&H Warehouse
Baltimore, MD

CONTACT Emily C-D at [email protected]
and check out www.laundrymasala.blogspot.com

The exhibit will feature the release of a book of collages called Bananas. All paper-collecting, picture-taking, drawing, painting, cutting, and collaging done in India, over 101 days. DJ Woman will be spinning the sounds of the subcontinent.

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