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New York
Peggy Serdula
Gallery onetwentyeight
128 Rivington St., ( between Essex Street & Norfolk Street ), New York, NY 10002
June 12, 2012 - August 4, 2012


Interesting but not quite

This show has a wonderful flair for interest and relatability- each of the paintings and artworks do not carry so much mystique that it is impossible to understand what it is they are trying to portray. Yet, however enticingly grotesque and varied her works are, there is still this feeling that each has not be worked on with the best craft. While the disuse of white serves as a unifying factor between many of the artworks, it leaves the impression that the simple, acrylic on canvas, artworks are not very much more than they seem. They are just an imprint of an idea, an emotion, a place, a person, and not a finished reality. Some works however, stand out in memory - that is the black and white 3D acrylic piece and Woman in Scarf.



Posted by abnormalily on 6/18/12 | tags: traditional

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