unsettling The Flood
(2013) takes a slightly more traditional portrait practice as its entry point. Morgan, who creates oil paintings that center around femininity and the body, has washed out her subject in such a way as to feel like a faded photograph, its eyes highlighted and obscured. And
, a Parisian artist who began creating graffiti as a tenager, brings his signature jittery, textured brand of portraiture in the sinister INC5
(2015). The show is rounded out by works like ’s Hand for Horace Greeley
(2013) and ’s The New State
(2015), where moments of laser focus dip into the surreal.