Wednesday, January 17, 2018

'Candy Coated Evil' — live

"Candy Coated Evil," a solo exhibition by Samoa, is up through Feb. 11 at the Howl! Happening space on First Street.

To date, we've heard really good things about the exhibit, especially the special live events put on in conjunction with the show.

Here, Walter Wlodarczyk shares photos from this past Saturday evening, when Samoa and Kembra Pfahler, the curator of "Candy Coated Evil," performed for an enthusiastic audience. (The two are the founders of the Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black.)

Caroline Tennessee was also on hand to perform her song "I Want Some Sweet Corn."

Tomorrow (Thursday!) from 7-9 p.m., Samoa and Pfahler host an evening of films ... selections include Samoa’s short features "My Way to Hell" and "Until the Day I Die" as well as performance videos from the Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black.

Find more details on the exhibit as well as the dates and times of the other special events here.

Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project is located at 6 E. First St. between the Bowery and Second Avenue.

Thanks to Walter Wlodarczyk for the photos! Find more of his work here.

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