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David Lynch's 'Naming' at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery: Not film but still plenty Lynchian

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This weekend, David Lynch fans could slam through "Twin Peaks" (it's on Netflix) and then go see some of Lynch's non-film visual art at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery. The LA Times says the exhibition, called "Naming," includes watercolors, drawings and other pieces by the filmmaker. And you can bet it will all be very Lynchian. 

He hasn't given us a full-length movie in a while, but maybe he's just giving us time to process 2006's "Inland Empire." The ever-versatile artist, Lynch did release a full-length album earlier this year, titled "The Big Dream":


Another of Lynch's many talents? Cooking Quinoa


"Naming" was curated by Brett Littman, Executive Director of the Drawing Center in New York. Opening reception is  Saturday, Nov. 23 (6-8pm) and the show runs through Jan. 4, 2014 at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery. More info at Kayne Griffin Corcoran's website