Photo Essay | PØST: Kamikaze – Let Me Eat Cake

Lena Wolek. PØST: Kamikaze – Let Me Eat Cake. Photo credit Debe Arlook

PØST: Kamikaze – Let Me Eat Cake

Photo Essay by Debe Arlook


Curated by Kristine Schomaker
Supported by Art and Cake and Shoebox PR

July 14th 7-9pm

1206 Maple Ave. #515
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Let Me Eat Cake, which coincidentally falls on Bastille Day, was a sweet, decadence mixed with extravagant color, texture and smell. It was a room filled with luscious desserts that came in the form of paintings, sculpture, photography, a real art cake and more!!

Kristine Schomaker has always loved the Baroque and Rococo. This show may be a celebration of food, the sustenance of life. but it also has an underlying current of how food is used for comfort as she is discovering while working through a life of disordered eating.

“Let Me Eat Cake” may be an homage to those who are able to overcome adversity. It may be sweetness overload or a diabetic coma. It may be a commentary on the state of the U.S. Right now.

It may be just a way to bring together many friends and celebrate the life we are able to live in Los Angeles.

Featured artists: A.S. Ashley, Alanna Marcelletti, Ashley Mistrial, Bradford J Salamon, Catherine Ruane, Chelsea Boxwell, Cheng Chung Ping, Dakota Noot, Dani Dodge, Debbie Korbel, Debby and Larry Kline, Douglas Alvarez, Elizabeth Tinglof, Frederika B. Roeder, Glenn Waggner, HK Zamani , Jacqueline Myers-Cho, Jacqui Smith, Karen Hochman Brown, Kristine Schomaker, Larry Caveney, Lauren Mendelsohn-Bass, Lena Wolek, Linda Sue Price, Lynne Friedman, Maya Kabat, Nancy Kay Turner, Nancy Kaye, Pam Douglas, Sarah Collins, Sharon Suhovy, Sheli Silverio, Sonja Schenk, Steve Seleska, Steven Wolkoff, Theresa Knopf Morgan, Tony Pinto, Vincent Tomczyk, Zeina Baltagi


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