Thursday, October 20, 2011

Gift of the Fagi & Darin Klein's Box of Books Vol. IV

Greg Youmans and I are extremely proud to announce the most current project from the Falling In Love... with Chris and Greg cycle: the release of our Christmas & recession themed short story, and homage to the O. Henry tale of almost the same name: GIFT OF THE FAGI

Gift of the Fagi
by O. Mary

GIFT OF THE FAGI will be included in Darin Klein & Friends limited edition Box of Books IV soon to be released on November 5th! Our video Oh La La! Paris Special will be screened at the release party at Human Resouces in LA, where you may puchase a box of books for the startlingly low price of $20! See below for more info on the Box itself and the party to welcome it into the world:

Darin Klein & Friends Present:
Box of Books, Vol. IV Release Party
Free admission 
Human Resources
410 Cottage Home
Los Angeles, CA 90012 (in Chinatown, just off Broadway)

At this one-night only launch party and reception, the public is invited to peruse the contents of Box of Books, Vol. IV, which is also available to purchase for $20.00 per box.
Limited edition of 100.

Box of Books, Vol. IV showcases the work of: Heather Benjamin, Ryan Brewer & AA Bronson, Julia Dzwonkoski & Kye Potter, Brennan Gerard & Ryan Kelly, Abel Baker Gutierrez, Handbook Magazine (Darren Ankenbauer), Johanna Jackson, Chris Johanson, Christopher Kardambikis, Dawn Kasper, David Larsen, Sarah Locke, Jeaneen Lund, Francesca Mirabella, Zac Monday, Erwin Ong, Davy Rothbart, Jen Smith, Chris Vargas & Greg Youmans, and e war.
Box of Books, Vol. IV Mini-Exhibition: Julia Dzwonkoski & Kye Potter | Jeaneen Lund | Christopher Kardambikis | Jen Smith
Box of Books, Vol. IV Interactive Performances at 7pm and 9pm: To Know End by Zac Monday

Box of Books, Vol. IV Super-Short Film Screening at 8pm: Gerard and Kelly in collaboration with Chelsea Knight | Francesca Mirabella | Chris Vargas and Greg Youmans
With an ever-expanding network of friends, Darin Klein curates exhibitions and organizes arts programming, simultaneously producing, collecting and promoting artists' publications and independent media.

Human Resources
is a team of creative individuals which seeks to broaden engagement with contemporary and conceptual art, with an emphasis on performative and underexposed modes of expression. Human Resources is entirely volunteer run and seeks to foster widespread public appreciation of the performative arts by encouraging maximum community access. Human Resources also serves as a point of convergence for diverse and disparate art communities to engage in conversation and idea-sharing promoting the sustainability of non-traditional art forms.

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