Artsy Editors
Aug 19, 2013 12:18AM
"Ms. Brown's surfaces, which are hesitant and busy, evoke second-generation followers of Willem de Kooning like Joan Mitchell, as well as the more recent vibrating brushwork of Georg Baselitz and Susan Rothenberg. Embedded in these fields, which might be said to slither and heave, are hints of erotic activity and intimations of female pleasure: a glimpse of open thighs here, a raised knee there, a breast or enormous phallus elsewhere."

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