It's pretty safe to say that if something is happening at Terence Koh's gallery Asia Song Society, it's going to be engaging and cool, smart people will flock to it. So if you're in New York tomorrow, and you're bemoaning that there's just not anything to do might we suggest that you swing by Koh's palace of quirky treasures for the opening of "Good Friends"? While Koh should provide more than enough artistic street cred to the gathering and exhibition, the glitzy list of contributors also includes Felix Burrichter, Eddie Mercado, Kalup Linzy and -- yup -- James Franco, who quite possibly has never said no to anything.....ever. From the looks of it, the clever conceit behind this latest project is pairing up two artists (the "friends" part, referred to in the title) and seeing what fruits will be born of two minds, that don't necessarily think alike. We're sure these collaborative mash-ups will be expectedly though-provoking, if not totally bananas.
If you can't make it out tonight, you can still catch the show Thursday through Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm through July 9th. But if you like to have fun (who doesn't?) we highly suggest you make this opening a priority.
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