David LaChapelle says ‘Please Clean Room’ at Cosmo’s P3 Studio


In partnership with Flaunt Magazine, the Cosmopolitan launched Do Not Disturb, Please Enter, a new mini-residency series in its P3 Studio. The exhibit/residency had six artists design door hangers packaged for retail ($30 for the set). Large-scale versions of the door signs are on display in one half of P3 Studio, with the other half reserved for the rotating artist in residence.

In addition to artist Theo-Mass Lexileictous, who contributed a performance piece to the February 20 opening bash, Do Not Disturb, Please Enter will feature The Date Farmers (February 28-March 4), Bert Rodriguez (March 7-11) Alan Aldridge (March 14-18) and David LaChapelle (March 21-25). Yes, that David LaChapelle. Residencies are from 6 p.m.-11 p.m.-- Kristen Peterson


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  • The group’s footprint here has included a Joint residency, Kiss by Monster Mini-Golf and Kiss-themed wedding packages.

  • It has become more political, with songs about the #MeToo movement and bias in the news. And its sound is noticeably more aggressive.

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