Montreal-based synth-pop maestro Claire Boucher, better known as Grimes, is getting her own art exhibit in New York City. The show, which runs March 23-25 at the Audio Visual Arts Gallery, will serve as a means of shedding some light on what influenced her great new album, Visions.
It will showcase a collection of Boucher’s own paintings and drawings from the past few years along with works from two other Canadian artists she picked for the exhibit. In addition to providing insight into Visions, the pieces will "[highlight] Grimes’s multifaceted nature not only as a musician but also as an audio-visual artist and curator of culture," according to a press release.
There will also be a silent auction on the second night of the showing that will give fans the opportunity to bid on an exclusive, original Grimes piece. All proceeds will benefit the Sisters In Spirit charity.