For his first solo exhibition at LaMontagne Gallery, Brooklyn artist Saul Chernick (b. 1975) showed himself to be a highly imaginative master draftsman.
In this exhibition, titled "But Not As Much As Tomorrow," Shelley Spector conveyed her anxiety about 21st-century human consumption and waste. The works on view-14 mixed-medium sculptures, two fabric wall pieces and two installations—re-create or repurpose an array of everyday items.
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Two slide carousels, 80 slides each, approx. 9-minute loop. Courtesy Callicoon Fine Arts, New York.