Art In America

Walter Robinson

at Dorian Grey Gallery,

 

437 E 9th St, New York, NY 10009

 

Having emerged from the East Village scene in the 1980s, painter and writer Walter Robinson returns to his roots here in this intimate show of fast-food still lifes, fantasy girlfriends and other subjects of desire. Despite the flagrant nods to Pop art and kitsch, the smallish paintings and works on paper here feel deeply personal.

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