Art In America

Rodney Graham

at 303,

523 W 24 St  New York, 10001

Nicely ensconced in its temporary location, 303 shows lightbox photographs and tiny fragments of paintings by Rodney Graham, the Canadian ironist. As usual, art history is in play, as Graham inserts himself into cheekily updated versions of paintings by Carl Spitzweg and Thomas Eakins.

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