Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Courtney Love draws Dublin in her first ever art show.

The first exhibition of 45 drawings by Courtney Love is currently hanging (probably in more ways than one) at Fred Torres Collaborations, a gallery in Chelsea, New York. The Dublin connection is with the drawing ‘March 2010 Dublin #2′ which references …

Thu, May 10, 2012, 17:18

   

The first exhibition of 45 drawings by Courtney Love is currently hanging (probably in more ways than one) at Fred Torres Collaborations, a gallery in Chelsea, New York. The Dublin connection is with the drawing ‘March 2010 Dublin #2′ which references “sexual desire and the insecurity of new love” according to the press release on the gallery’s site. That’s what she gets from hanging around Trinners.

The exhibition titled And She’s Not Even Pretty opened last Thursday, and will appeal to people who catalogue their art on the back of copy books in between smoking menthol cigarettes behind the bike shed and cutting thumb holes in their jumper sleeves. Exhibit A:

Image via fredtorres.com

Somewhere, Avril Lavigne is reblogging that on Tumblr whispering “she understands me” underneath her breath.

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