Lovely Little Girls - Glamorous Piles & Puffy Saddlebags
Lovely Little Girls is a side project of painter, audience assaulter, explorer of humiliation and failure, and gender-role-bending body artist Gregory Jacobsen, Lovely Little Girls is, like almost all of his work, only for the sturdy. A cross between Henry Darger, Robt. Williams, GG Allin and the cast of "Hair," Jacobsen aims the gun right at you and makes you blink. His humor is both compassionate and monstrous, and his music, a Beefheart-esque explosion of ideas and noise, is sure to not please. But it will make you think, and check your underarms to see if your deodorant has worn out.
Glamorous Piles & Puffy Saddlebags comes with added goodies like a live video, in which many garishly painted girlies yak up pasta and other red things, and a booklet of recent paintings, most of which will give you fear of the va-jay-jay for months. Lick it up!
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