After sampling his newest project by showing the Giant Cake Maze at the recent LA Art Fair 2016 (covered), Scott Hove and Think Tank Gallery are about to open Break Bread show on February 13th. Exhibiting back to back with Baker’s Son, this large installation is shaping up to be much more than a two man art show.

From February 13th until March 14th, visitors will have the chance to explore six “chambers” filled with everything from tech-based mirror mazes to an ice cream truck, a lounge area with local vendors, and a stage with a bar. Showing works inspired by Zumanity and Cirque du Soleil’s sexy adult Las Vegas cabaret, a programming series will include artist talks, performance artists, supper clubs, and more. In the middle of all this is an impressive art installation that is being finished as we’re typing this – and from the preview photos we’ve received, it’s definitely worth a visit. Subtitled Artists Sugarcoat Consumerism In A Frosted Ghetto, this show is created as a dark overview of contemporary urban life and consumerism, shown through Hove’s signature frosted works and Son’s pop-style hyper realistic watercolor paintings.

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