Victoria Reynolds: Incarnadine

Friday, Jul 10 – Aug 21, 2020

8 S. Michigan Ave.
Ste. 620
Chicago, IL 60603

These works are installed on site for in-person viewing by appointment.


Victoria Reynolds uses meat as a primary decorative motif, playfully applying its visceral qualities to the surface of the painting and the surrounding frame. There is an uneasy tension between the understanding of flesh as food, and our self-identification of it; her conflation of desire, mortality, viscerality, and the survival instinct is a powerful source of aesthetic fascination.