Come join us for the “Two of A Kind” Closing Party this Friday evening from 6-10pm at Klughaus Gallery (47 Monroe New York, NY 10002.) This will be your last chance to grab some work from Tom Gould before he has to leave the United States due to unforeseen circumstances. For those who missed the packed opening a few weeks ago, we hosted some Blackjack tournaments to win available prints. We will be doing the same on Friday for the closing and now including some Cee-Lo games! Jeffrey Gamblero will be the gambling host of the evening.
For those who missed it, here’s the video Tom & Anna put together for the show:
Speaking of “Two of A Kind”, here’s some sneak peaks of a recent shoot that Tom Gould did with Raekwon wearing the Snowbeach pullover (that he made famous in the ‘Can it Be All So Simple‘ Video) next to a Grotesk piece from our inaugural show ‘Home For The Holidays’ back in December. Can’t wait to see the actual photos from this shoot!
We’ve been so busy lately that we barely have any time to update this blog. Tom Gould & Anna Delany’s show on 4/21 was another huge success! It was definitely the most packed out show we’ve had so far with people spilling out all over the street outside. Thanks to LRG, Duggal Visual Solutions, Bomb Beer, Jeffrey Gamblero and Bushmills Whiskey for all their support. Below is a video recap of the opening from OnDaReal:
Custom Limited Edition Playing Cards by Tom Gould & Anna Delany were released at the opening. There’s still a couple of packs available for $15 each. Come by to scoop them before they sell out!
The highlight of the night was definitely the exciting Blackjack tournaments where collectors could buy-in to win an available print of their choice. We even had Action Bronson, Bert Krak, Dan Santoro and some other notable players in on the action!
The show is up until May 13th. If you missed the opening and you are interested in playing some Blackjack for a print, please email us at email@example.com to RSVP for a private closing party this weekend. Tom Gould is a talented photographer, great friend and he will definitely be missed!
47 Monroe Street
New York, NY 10002