The Ball of Artists
There were no trick bookcases or trap doors, but, yes, there were clandestine rooms, accessible with different buttons. The one that said “I am an Artist” was a good one to have, but not as good as “Soy un Artista,” which granted entry to the basement “There Will Be Blood” bowling alley, where Casa Dragones doled out flutes of its $275-a-bottle tequila. The artist Eduardo Sarabia conceived the room’s ambience: a photographer shot prom Polaroids before a faux-colonial tableau involving a stuffed zebra, and the Guadalajara-based duo Los Master Plus pumped up the jams for a dance party in the lanes. “I Know a Secret” entitled the wearer to ascend from the tequila party up a turret, atop which the artist Glenn Kainos had procured a croupier to deal cards for an exclusive class of gamblers.
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