Art In America

“Someone Like Me”

at Murray Guy,
453 W. 17th St.

"Someone Like Me" brings together six artists in a group show loosely focused on works that frustrate linear narrative and easy contemplation. Sarah Charlesworth's monochromatic photographs verge on being illegibly blank fields of white, their subjects only barely apparent, while the Atlas Group's Walid Raad's inkjet-on-aluminum print invites examination while rebuffing it, its reflective surface mirroring the viewer as often as it shows itself.

 

 

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