Painter, model, and hair sculptor Antoinette Johnson whom I met a few years ago at a 950 Hart opening takes over Le Salon d' Art with her dayglow colored pop art and the most badass mohawk in NYC .
High on the wall are some canvas prints of some of her fashion hair styling.
Pop art icons, which will kill you.
A lot of her nude quasi-self portraits are on display.
Don't fuck with that nude zombie.
Artist Ken Kocses and Trust Fall writer and art monk Sean Alday.
Antoinette Johnson and artist Raquel Echanique.
Raquel jumped behind the camera to shoot a couple shots of me with Antoinette.
Ana Andrade is one of Antoinette's hair models.
Sean Alday and artist Mikki Nyuland.
A more vintage departure.
I asked Antoinette's model Lena Marquise to replicate the pose.
The police were in the neighborhood, and wanted pictures with the ladies (can you blame them?).
Artist Jessica "Slagletron" Slagle.
Musician Ran Dosis was doing an unofficial survey of people's astrological signs and found out we shared the same birthday, which means a lot more to people who trust heavily in astrology, but not much to me.
Director Diego Rooks and Steven Marshall hugging on some random hot girls who wandered in.
Artists Michael Kronenberg, Michael Alan, and Raquel Echanique
Artist Michael Alan draws a portrait of his mother thoughout the show with colored pens on black paper.
When the wine ran out I walked across the street to a bodega to buy a few 40s.
You can see why that hair would stop traffic from the sidewalk.
Musician Ivan Ross.
A photo of Antoinette with a different hair coloration.
One of Antoinette's more abstract works.
Acoustic Guitar master James Sera.
Artist Teri Proschuk.
James & Teri.
Teri Proschuk, James Sera, Michael Kronenberg & Le Salon d'Art curator Hans Kerremans.
On the back of Antoinette's jacket you can see the Angus cartoon.
Michael Alan and Antoinette.
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