Please join us on Saturday, February 20th from 4-6pm for the closing reception of Nathan Gulick’s solo exhibition, “Finest City”.
“Finest City” presents a series of arrangements (possibly a sculpture garden, or ruin field) of readymade architectural decorations in amplified colors, set amongst a faux grass lawn (a necessity in a time of catastrophic drought) and a sheer wall of tan stucco.
Reveling in a distinctly artificial American style, still rooted somewhere in old Europe, the work seeks to highlight the temporary and temporally unsure aesthetic landscape of a region still contending with a legacy of mass migration and suburban sprawl.
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I FIND THIS INSTALLATION EXTREMELY MATURE AND PROFESSIONAL. WAS SURPRISED TO LEARN THAT NATHAN IS IN A MASTERS PROGRAM AT OTIS.
GRADUATE SCHOOL FOR ME IN THE FIFTIES WAS NOTHING LIKE THIS.
IN SUMMARY, I FIND THE INSTALLATION SPLENDID IN EVERY WAY.