Poised between ominous children’s toys and sophisticated constructions, Putnam’s work elicits humor, pathos, repulsion and play.
Archives for September 2014
Overfelt’s hopped up Trans Am awakens the speed-crazed teenager in all of us, while warning of the consequences of unquenched consumption.
The apparent off-hand ease in Crosby’s entanglements of line shows his skill and rigor as a painter.
Her glowing cosmic iconography puts a fresh spin on notions of the “New Sublime”
With an energy that “hovers between joy and rage” Rosen continues to stretch the boundaries of ceramic sculpture.
Mixing Surrealism and Dadaism her textile-based sculptures seduce by summoning contradictory associations.
Pastine’s paintings turn the human body into a tuning fork, and the gallery into a vivid sensorium.