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"Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" Gets Its Own 20th Anniversary Art Show
It was FBI Agent Dale Cooper who let Sheriff Harry Truman and fans of Twin Peaks in on a little secret: "every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don't plan it, don't wait for it, just let it happen." Later this month you can give yourself a present when an art show commemorating the 20th anniversary of the prequel "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" opens at the Copro Gallery. (h/t Reddit)
It sounds like the exhibit will build on last year's art show commemorating the 20th anniversary of the series that opened up at Clifton's. The last show featured the work of David Lynch and actors Grace Zabriskie and Richard Beymer, along with pieces by other artists inspired by the TV show. The downtown cafeteria was the perfect venue except for the fact that it meant the show was only open for the weekend (and lines were crazy, we heard).
The new show will be at a gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, and it will incorporate some of the old pieces if you missed them the first time around. In the same vein as the prequel "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me," the curators promise the new exhibit will be a little bit darker than the original.
"Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" runs from April 21 until May 12 at Copro Gallery in Bergamot Station. The opening reception is April 21 from 8 until 11:30 pm. For more information, check out the gallery's website.
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