New Roq La Rue show in Seattle: "Sweetest Taboo"

Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle is opening a show on Feb 10 called "Sweetest Taboo: a group show of random naughtiness." It'll run through March 4th.

Crehore-Tickler (Click on thumbnail for enlargement of Amy Crehore's "Tickler")

Opens Friday Feb 10th 6-10pm

runs through March 4th

musical guests : The Briefs

Roq La Rue is proud to present for the month of February "Sweetest Taboo", a group show curated in collaboration with Damion Hayes of Cut Kulture United.

"Sweetest Taboo" brings together some of the most exciting emerging artists from the Pop Surrealism and Urban Contemporary movements to express those things, (illicit or not) that society occasionally frowns on, but that always brings a smile to these artists faces. It could be a tough graffiti writers love for dolphins and rainbows, the pure joy of fresh wallride skuffs in no skate zones that fills a skateboarder's heart, a painter's fondness for disturbing genetic mutations, or simply a playfully naughty thing that one doesn't bring up in polite conversation.

Artists include:

Nhon Nguyen, George Estrada, Robert Hardgrave, Iosefatu Sua, Jilf, Jason Sho Green, Joshua Howard, Jesse Ledoux, Sam Sneke, Ray Noland, Kipling West, Chris Reccardi, Gabe Marquez, Amy Crehore, Mike Leavitt

Roq La Rue 2312 2nd Ave Seattle WA 98121 (206)374-8977