Marilyn Manson will host the first gallery showing of his work on Friday in Los Angeles, and he spoke to MTV News about the occasion. Admission is free and all the pieces are for sale, though it might be tough for Manson to part with some of the more personal of his canvassed forms of expression. “I don’t want to sell any of them, but I have to let go at some point,” he explained. “I think the most famous one is the one I did for Rolling Stone of [Columbine shooters Eric] Harris and [Dylan] Klebold, with the hand making a peace sign with the two kids’ head on it.” Read more.
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