The rock singer-songwriter from Lexington, who rose to stardom with the cabaret-punk band the Dresden Dolls, was featured in artists’ images spread across the walls. One painting showed her nude, draped with jewels, with outstretched arms — a pose she would bring to life at the end of her performance at the gallery, peeling off her dress and inviting the audience to write on her with colored markers.
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