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On May 3rd more than 90 independent bookstores across California will celebrate books, readers and indie bookselling on the first annual California Bookstore Day.
There will be famous authors and books you cannot get on any other day, in any other place. There will be readings, and prizes, and things to eat and drink. Your neighbors will be there, your friends will be there, your kids friends will be there.
You should definitely be there, too!
1:00pm to 5:00pm
Skip Snow's Pity Party
May 4 - June 1, 2014
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 4, 2-5pm
Regular Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 1-5pm or by appointment
Skip Snow, a participant of the East Village Art movement from 1989 to 1994, has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions including MOMA’s PS 1, The Aldridge Museum, The Patterson Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Armory, The New Math Gallery, Club 57, The Sharpe Gallery, The Alexander Wood Gallery, and Fashion Moda. He suspended his public participation in the art world from 1990 until 2013.
In 2013 Skip did Project Art Exchange with collaborators Todd Gray and Frau Kolb. During this project he did gorilla art works at places like Blum & Poe and LACMA, and was invited to participate in events such as LA Road Concerts, and the Blackstone Gallery.
Skip Snow received his undergraduate education at NYU’s Experimental Theatre wing, and was a studio assistant to many notable artists. He worked as a performer and technician with Sky Saver Productions and The Wooster Group.
Skip Snow's Pity Party at Offramp Gallery marks Snow’s first one person project since 1990.