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The Human Form brings together a diverse group of contemporary figurative artists who focus on both direct and oblique references to the body in their work.

Figures are depicted in varying states of totality and fragmentation, in every day scenes of motion and rest, flattened out like wall paper, turned back on themselves in multiplicity, turned into playful monstrous beings, sexualized and …

The Human Form brings together a diverse group of contemporary figurative artists who focus on both direct and oblique references to the body in their work.

Figures are depicted in varying states of totality and fragmentation, in every day scenes of motion and rest, flattened out like wall paper, turned back on themselves in multiplicity, turned into playful monstrous beings, sexualized and constructed in three dimensional urban environments reflecting on moments of pause (waiting for a subway train).

Seemingly conventional portraiture and contemporary notions of what a portrait in 2017 …

Location

661 Park Place
Brooklyn, NY, US
Monday–Friday, Closed
Saturday–Sunday, 12pm–7:30pm