Filed under: New York, Review | Tags: Britta Deardorff, Eric Sall, Four Paintings, Jackie Gendel, Juan Gomez, Regina Rex, Whitney Kimball
The walls of Regina Rex have been taken over by four large, brightly-colored paintings, with luscious layers of thick and thin paint and most with elements of pure black. The paintings in the exhibition, Four Paintings (on view through June 3rd), are the kind of hate-it-or-love-it guilty pleasure that arouses a gut reaction and a tip-of-your-tongue familiarity. The gallery deems this an “unapologetic and visceral appeal to the viewer.” It’s an interesting question, which I think Regina Rex is trying to ask: for what do these have to apologize? - Read the full review by NYC Contributor, Whitney Kimball, after the jump!