Sneak peek of CAM's "Seven Minutes in Heaven"

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Wesley Harvey, the enfant terrible of SA's ceramic scene, isn't the only artist making Contemporary Art Month's "Seven Minutes in Heaven" an explicit affair, but he's the only one who officially invited us behind the..."Seven Minutes in Heaven"

creepy red door to his Fox Motel room for a peek at his installation. Don't you love how this broke-ass 2 looks like a question mark?

Wesley's installation for "Seven Minutes in Heaven"

Making yet another departure in his often X-rated work, Harvey has ditched the ceramic elements for a series of collages incorporating found paintings, walpaper cut-outs, fuzzy hearts, and an abundance of naughty surprises.

Wesley Harvey

Curated by ?Jessica Garcia and Linda Arredondo, "Seven Minutes in Heaven" features one-night-only installations by Linda Arredondo, Alfonso Espronceda, Ana Fernandez, Miriel Harker, Jessica Garcia, Wesley Harvey, Mira Hnatyshyn, Barbara Justice, Jung Hee Mun, Kelly Reid Walls, Matt van Hellen, Vincent Valdez, and John Cody Williams, and opens tonight (6-10 p.m. Sat, Mar 3) at The Fox Motel (302 Newell) with music by "sneaky le sneak & phoenix" and food available from The Chili Queens Food Truck.

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