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I Used To Love Us is a pop-up gallery exhibit, curated by ILY, showcasing the work of nine artists. Each artist has created a piece based on household items that remind them of their ex-lovers to show how even in safe spaces you can still be haunted by their ghost.
Join us for the opening reception on Friday, December 1 (7-10 PM) and all day viewing on Saturday, December 2 (12-5PM) in Brooklyn, New York.