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Seven Questions: Ant Farm Social, LA's Travelling Art/Furniture Gallery Event Concept

Alex Purcell and Rowly Dennis of Ant Farm Social
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Today’s subject are Brits-turned-Angelenos Rowly Dennis and Alex Pucell, founders of Los Angeles’ travelling art/furniture gallery event concept, Antfarm Social.

A painter/actor and furniture designer respectively by trade, Antfarm Social is looking at the LA social scene as a canvas and using fresh takes on step-and-repeats, glassware, social scene and unique venues to get people enjoying and even buying modern conceptual art and furniture. Looking to create an artistic dialogue in LA, they figured that throwing sexy parties that happens to have art all around would be a good first toe in the water.