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Charlie Immer gets Peeled

Charlie Immer (HF Vol. 11) will be bringing an even closer look into his candy coated and harrowing world tomorrow, Saturday, June 5th as his latest solo show "Peeled" debuts at Last Rites Gallery. While death, destruction, and innards are nothing new for Immer's fans, "Peeled" presents a slightly more scientific and anatomical look as Immer pulls out the scalpel and gets a look at the inner workings of his unfortunate subjects. However, worry not faithful readers, Charlie recently told Hi-Fructose that "they feel no pain, so do not pity them... it's all about the thrill of the peel."

Charlie Immer (HF Vol. 11) will be bringing an even closer look into his candy coated and harrowing world tomorrow, Saturday, June 5th as his latest solo show “Peeled” debuts at Last Rites Gallery. While death, destruction, and innards are nothing new for Immer’s fans, “Peeled” presents a slightly more scientific and anatomical look as Immer pulls out the scalpel and gets a look at the inner workings of his unfortunate subjects. However, worry not faithful readers, Charlie recently told Hi-Fructose that “they feel no pain, so do not pity them… it’s all about the thrill of the peel.”

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