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.
By James Reed| Globe Staff July 26, 2012
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