Grand Central Market | Events | GCM Welcomes Dave Hickey, the King of Cultural Critics | He's high-brow and he's low-down. He's pop and pedigreed in equal measure. And with his silver tongue and poison pen, Dave Hickey has got to be the least boring art critic/cultural historian ever.
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GCM Welcomes Dave Hickey, the King of Cultural Critics
January 29, 2014

He's high-brow and he's low-down. He's pop and pedigreed in equal measure. And with his silver tongue and poison pen, Dave Hickey has got to be the least boring art critic/cultural historian ever.

We are thrilled that the esteemed author of Air Guitar and recipient of a MacArthur "genius" grant will make a rare personal appearance at Grand Central Market to celebrate his new book, Pirates and Farmers

On Wednesday, January 29 at 7:00 PM, Hickey will present a talk and sign copies of his new book, which is published by RidingHouse/RAM and will be sold on-site by the MOCA Bookstore. Our thanks to MOCA and RidingHouse/RAM for organizing the evening, which helps to kick off the Los Angeles Art Book Fair weekend.

And for one night only, Market vendors DTLA Cheese and G&B Coffee will be open until 8:00 PM to sell refreshments.

The Dave Hickey talk and signing is FREE WITH RSVP. Space is limited so hurry!

 

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