Who the fuck puts together an art show based on love letters and opens it on Valentine’s Day? Two ladies in Toronto who used to run a gallery, and then stabbed each other in the back over proprietorship and lawsuits, that’s who. (This is all hearsay, though, don’t quote us, and we’re not even giving concrete details and names so anyone who might be offended should just chill the fuck out.) Now the love letter show, which was called “Love Will Tear Us Apart” before it actually did, opens tonight, thanks to one sane curator in the bunch who scooped up her artists (if you care about art, names like Douglas Gordon, Terence Koh, and Kathy Grayson probably put ants in your pants) and brought them to Queen and Shaw. The wildcard is Charles Manson, who wrote a letter to any and all potential readers/followers, urging us all to pretend we’re not pretending to pretend and to love one another and...basically, it’s a Manson letter. Written on lesbian Wiccan stationery. Yep, that's it up there. It’s pretty wee (sheesh, art gallery owners sure can be paranoid) but you get the jist.