Justin Timberlake inspires art exhibitionMarch 30th, 2008 - 12:06 pm ICT by admin
Washington, Mar 30 (ANI): All artists have a muse to inspire them, and for New York art curator Nicholas Weist it was Justin Timberlake.
The American pop singers music and good looks has inspired Weists “If I Told You You Were Beautiful Would You Date Me on the Regular?” exhibition, on display at New York’s Oliver Kamm 5BE Gallery.
The exhibition is open for only one night and it features everything from sculpture to photography and site-specific installations, reports People.
Meanwhile Timberlake gave back a little love to his hometown with a 200,000 dollars donation.
The 27-year-old singer made two separate donations of 100,000 dollars each to the Memphis Rock ‘N’ Soul Museum and the Memphis Music Foundation in his hometown.
The donation will be used for advancing music education for local students and for achieving the foundations mission of “telling the story of Memphis Music and perpetuating its legacy.” (ANI)
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