Starting this Saturday, Los Angelenos will have the opportunity to kneel down at the altar of ass. Or, at least, view butt-themed art at a group show staged by Superchief proprietors Ed Zipco and Bill Dunleavy in their massive 4000 sq ft downtown gallery and residency space. Titled Booty Worship, the show features roughly 100 visual artists putting their spin on America's new favorite erogenous zone and was curated by the "Grim Creeper" himself, mixed-media artist Reginald Pean, whose work is also featured in the exhibit. Of our continued obsession with backsides, Zipco says, "[The butt] is a boob without nipples. They still censor nipples all over the Internet. And, though it's a weird way to look at it, with the booty, you can have your cake and eat it, too." Indeed.
Scope preview photos from the show, below, and check it out in LA when it opens on Saturday, May 2nd. Superchief is located at 739 Kohler St., Los Angeles.