Paul Kasmin Gallery showcases Deborah Kass: No Kidding, an exhibition of new mixed media paintings. Mounted on fields of primarily black and blue, the artist incorporates neon lights in her paintings for the first time, limiting her signature palette, to spell out puns and phrases bearing pop cultural references that provide a sombre meditation on the troubling present, and uncertain future. No Kidding represents Kass’s fourth body of work that deals at the intersection of popular culture, contemporary art, art history, and politics.
Deborah Kass, No Kidding, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Jules Wright and Mallett: Opening the Shutters at Ely House, London
Opening the Shutters, an unexpected collaboration between Jules Wright, founder of the Wapping Project Bankside, and Mallett, brings together the work of seven high-brow photographers.
To Kill A Mockingbird – Review of the play, touring the UK
Mounted on fields of primarily black and blue, Deborah Kass incorporates neon lights in her paintings for the first time.