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Andrew Ohanesian, The House Party, at Pierogi's The Boiler.
Known for astounding verisimilitude with his often large-scale, space-challenging installations, Ohanesian allegedly threw in all his chips for this ultimately ragingly realized endeavor. His suburban home built to specs—functional plumbing and all, master(batory) bedroom and all, Twinkies (RIP) and DVDs and all—inside the gaping, post-industrial space was bunker-like at a remove yet cozily festive within, and the destructive effects of its unveiling were crucial to its christening. (Full review here.)