The second part of the exhibition, presented at the School of Visual Arts Chelsea Gallery, features paintings by artists who sometimes depart from working at a larger scale to produce smaller works. ’s Cherry KK
(1998) is among the pieces on view and, like her other paintings, it is centered upon a curvaceous female figure. She is set against a blush-colored background, and her white blouse is open, revealing her ample, partially nude figure. Though this painting may be small, like all of the works in this rich exhibition, it makes a big impact.
“Intimacy in Discourse: Reasonable Sized Paintings” is on view at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, Oct. 18–Dec. 22, 2015.
“Intimacy in Discourse: Unreasonable Sized Paintings” is on view at, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, Nov. 21–Dec. 22, 2015.