Art In America

Joshua Neustein

at Untitled,

30 Orchard St, NY, NY 10002

Joshua Neustein's latest show, authoritatively titled "Boss," offers new takes on the artist's long-standing interest in deconstruction and restructuring. Plastic tarps, initially used by Neustein to catch spilled paint in his studio, appear in several works-as a backdrop in Femme Enfant (over which a bare cut-out canvas is hung), for example, or as the main component in Big Little Doll House.

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