Katherine Finkelstein: On scale, perspective, and upending expectation

Contributed by Luisa Caldwell / A few days before “Babybox” was scheduled to open at Motherbox gallery in Brooklyn, artist, gallery director, and curator Katherine Finkelstein sent out a notice that the show would be physically closed, but that she would be giving individual tours via iPhone. I was intrigued by the invitation, and, while … read more… “Katherine Finkelstein: On scale, perspective, and upending expectation”

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In retrospect: Post-truth with David Brody and Elliot Green

Contributed by Luisa Caldwell and Matt Freedman / Back in December, the uncanny pushed its way into the room of exquisite landscape paintings by David Brody and Elliot Green. Uncanny, as in familiar but incongruous, has become attached to the persuasively surreal in contemporary practice; strange figurations usually, big babies, small grownups, appendages attached to architecture. It … read more… “In retrospect: Post-truth with David Brody and Elliot Green”

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