Nicole Eisenman, “The Triumph of Poverty,” 2009, oil on canvas, 65 x 82.”
Installation view at Leo Koenig.
Nicole Eisenman, “Beer Garden with Ash,” 2009, oil on canvas, 65 x 82″
“There’s a whole genre of paintings, particularly French ones, of people eating and drinking, and the beer garden seems to be the equivalent, for certain residents of twenty-first-century Brooklyn, of the grand public promenades and social spaces of the nineteenth century. It’s where we go to socialize, to commiserate about how the world is a fucked-up place and about our culture’s obsession with happiness.” –Nicole Eisenman
“Nicole Eisenman,” Leo Koenig, New York, NY. Through December 23, 2009. Check out the James Kalm Report of the opening reception.
“Nicole Eisenman: The Way We Weren’t,” Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. Through January 3, 2010.
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