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Damon Dash To Open And Curate New Art Gallery In Lower Manhattan
posted Tuesday September 18, 2012 at 06:56AM PDT | 7 comments
A year after the closing of his Tribeca art gallery, DD172, Damon Dash prepares for the opening of his new Poppington art gallery.
A little over a year after Damon Dash’s DD172 art gallery and event space was closed, the Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder has plans on opening yet another art gallery. According to BoweryBoogie.com, Dash’s new Chelsea gallery, Poppington, will be opened to the public on September 27 at 7 P.M.
The opening of the gallery will be joined by the debut of its first exhibition, “Quality Of Life.” “Quality Of Life” will consist of works from a number of street artists including Phil, Jim Joe, and Pixote.