Monday, March 17, 2008
Isn’t this just a great quote from Peter Schjeldahl's review of the WB in The New Yorker!
"Then there’s Rachel Harrison, the leading light of new sculpture, with objects and collages that combine trashy bric-a-brac, vulgar images, and slathered paint with an uncanny confidence, as if she knew precisely what she means—and you would, too, if you were just the littlest bit smarter than you are."
PS: Thanks to Dana for stepping up to the plate as our first Friday Guest Writer! Looking forward to more from her!