SoCAL///BARRY McGEE & CLARE ROJAS: “THE BIG SAD”…

April 8, 2008  |  Uncategorized

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Barry McGee with daughter Asha and Clare Rojas on opening nite...

It's not often that the landlocked SoCal armpit that is Riverside sees a show by the likes of BARRY McGEE and CLARE ROJAS but they sure got a hell of a good one in the duo's joint exhibition, "The Big Sad," which opened at the progressive RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM on March 30th. Featuring an impressive array of mostly new work by each artist and a live musical performance by the elusive folkie, Peggy Honeywell (aka: Clare Rojas), the exhibition was a much-needed dose of culture that should hold the town over for another year. HAVE A LOOK:

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Peggy Honeywell (aka: Clare Rojas) performs with Ed Templeton by her side...

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And Barry with daughter Asha in the front row...

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The happy family with show curator Lee Tusman (left) and musuem director Daniel Foster...

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