Art has become nearly as synonymous with Kanye West’s brand as music has. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Ye has an art exhibit coming to Manhattan, inspired by his most recent album, The Life of Pablo.

Though it’s not actually his event, the event is curated by Brianni Taylor, and dubbed as “a celebration of the polarizing figure—honoring his vision and cultural impact through West-themed art and music.”

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Via Complex:

“Only a day after the album’s release, Taylor began to organize the interactive exhibition, which will feature music by DJ Q. Shepard and the work of 15 different artists. She says everything from canvas paintings to sculptures to fashion will be presented at the show. There will also be West-inspired treats, like cupcakes by Lexy’s Cupcake Bar and ice cream made and served by Mikey Likes It Ice Cream. But that’s not all: Guests will also be treated to an open bar, giveaways, and raffle items; so it’s not exactly your typical art exhibit, but Ye has never been the “traditional” type.”

The event goes down May 19 at the Avant Garde by MMC, 319 Grand St. from 7 to 11pm. Tickets available now here, with portions of proceeds going to The Kids League, a foundation that creates development workshops for children in low-income neighborhoods.