Art In America

Dustin Hodges

at Miguel Abreu,
36 Orchard St.

 

With "Late Stick Style," Dustin Hodges has his first solo exhibition, a paean to the 19th century architectural trend named by architecture historian Vince Scully as "Stick style." Graphite and ink drawings of partial details of architectural plans and blank axonometric grids hang on the walls, while a corner of the gallery is taken up by Kiosk (cobalt violet), a striking, shelterlike five panel construction made with paintings of houseplants on canvas.  

 

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