The gallery gives over both of its spaces to the infectious work of this artist, who explores "the cultural neuroses surrounding image-making today"; in other words, painting in a post-painting-is-dead world. On view are gridded canvases alluding to the proto-Pop works of Rauschenberg and Johns, as well as a series of "face paintings"—which are more or less exactly what they sound like.
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