Exhibition on view: March 11-April 22, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday, March 11, 5-8pm
Artist talk: Saturday, April 15, 4pm
Victoria Reynolds uses meat as a primary decorative motif, playfully applying it’s 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.
Victoria Reynolds, Flesh Medallion, 2017, Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Paper, Edition of 20, 10" x 8"