present several new flashe and resin paintings. Beneath their glossy
surfaces, Franklin's spare, nondescript spaces allow the psyche of his
anatomically awkward figures to take center stage. More than detached
portrayals of banal situations, his works are intimate looks at
psychological self-explorations of character. Through unclear
circumstances and pictorial riddles, the viewer is invited to discern
his own interpretation of the idiosyncrasy of human behavior.
This is Franklin's second solo exhibition at Clementine. His work has been recently seen in Phantasmania at the Kemper Museum in Missouri, as well as in the New York Times Magazine .