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Art: Good Bruises, Poorly Told Stories at Hobohaus Gallery

By Maria Seda-Reeder · July 23rd, 2013 · CityBeat Recommends
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Hobohaus Gallery is a new alternative art space run by artist John Sloan, who clears out the kitchen, living room and hallways of his apartment above Doscher’s Candies on Court Street downtown to exhibit art, welcoming anyone and everyone to experience art in his personal living space. He’d been hosting “artLucks” (art critique potlucks) at his place, so this seems like the natural next step. 

Together with ex-U-Turn member Patricia Murphy, Hobohaus’ curatorial aesthetic “defiantly leans toward contemporary art in all mediums.” This month, Hobohaus features the work of locals Molly Donnermeyer (another former member of U-Turn), Caleb Marhoover, Sloan and Brooklyn, N.Y.-based photographer Jesse Riggins. 

Exhibit 7 p.m.-midnight Friday.

Free. 24 W. Court St., Apt. 5, Downtown, facebook.com/hobohausgallery



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