Art Prostitute Gallery is now The Public Trust. It is still owned and operated by Art Prostitute co-counder and Dallas Metroblogger, Brian Gibb. Art Prostitute the publication will keep the same name and continue on in the form of a biannual hardcover book. Brian Gibb is still co-owner and designer of Art Prostitute. The reason for the name change was merely to more clearly define both the gallery and the publication. All of that being said, the Public Trust will have its first opening this Saturday. The details are below.

The Public Trust Presents…
One Up: An Art Prostitute Retrospective Exhibition and Humanitarian Aid Benefit
April 28-June 18, 2007

Evan Hecox, Dalek, Kinsey, Rob and Christian Clayton, Shepard Fairey, Isabel Samaras, Jeff Soto, Rik Catlow, Bask, Andy Mueller, Andy Jenkins, Tony Larson, Brendan Monroe, Tes One, Gary Baseman, Jeremy Smith, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Rich Jacobs, Angela Boatwright, Levon Jihanian, Caia Koopman, Caroline Hwang, Evah Fan, Cody Hudson, Matt Hawthorne, Mary Emma Hawthorne, Will Rhoten, Nevada Hill, Brian Gibb, Misty Keasler, Seonna Hong, Allison V. Smith, Jeremy Fish, Michael Sieben, Richard Colman, Vanessa Michel, Jophen Stein, Mark Nelson and more…

About the exhibition
One Up will feature one piece from many of the artists that have appeared in the pages of the publication, including some of the artists from the upcoming issue 09 and some gallery favorites. 20% of the sales from the exhibition will be donated to a humanitarian aid organization of the patron’s choice.

Opening Reception: Sat. April 28, 2007 (7-10pm)
The Public Trust
2919-C Commerce St. :: Dallas, TX 75226

The Party will be on the turntables throughout the opening. An after party featuring DC’s own Tittsworth and The Party will be held at Zubar (2012 Greenville Ave.) Guests attending the after party must be 21. There is a $10 cover charge.

The Public Trust is a member of the Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas (CADD) which will hold its inaugural art fair at 333 First Avenue May 19-20, 2007.


The Party

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