You First has received the kind endorsement of the French critic and curator Nicolas Bourriaud who coined the term, relational aesthetics. Another true art luminary, Alfredo Cramerotti, a UK-based artist, author and curator, represents himself with a collaborative blog and videos about the radical European art biennial Manifesta. Best-selling social visionaries Michiel Schwarz & Joost Elffers will reveal new symbols for a sustainable future. NYC's favorite rock and roll fashionista, Jordan Betten, will demonstrate how to dress for the party. Marc Pally, a high-power hyphenate, is both the artistic director of Glow (an all night event held in Santa Monica) and an LA-based artist showing sensitive, stylized drawings of a human face, wry, melancholy and somehow heroic. Max Presneill, mercurial director of the Torrance Art Museum, exhibits brooding, painterly explorations of cognition and experience. Arie Galles, a professor at Soka University, artist and gallery director, bears witness to the Holocaust in a series of large-scale drawings of maps and aerial photographs from military archives. Art collectives are a fascinating phenomenon --- and there is none more elusive than Finishing School, masters of street-smart provocation. A complete exposition about You First, the ideas and personalities that shaped it --- and the Ufora project in general --- will be unpacked in a forthcoming book by the curators.