Philip Iosca, Untitled
Through September 1, Chambers will be exhibiting the work of Jenny Strayer and Philip Iosca, united in the exploration of gender. Iosca's Holy Glory, My Private Parts Public, My Public Parts Private
re-contextualizes words, images, and objects, challenging themes of masculinity and sexuality. Strayer will present 20th Century Women
, a series of photomontages from 1930s and 1940s ephemera that highlight the highly stereotyped femininity of that era.
Opening Reception • 5:30-8:30pm • July 19Chambers Fine Art
• 207 SW Pine St. #102 • 503.227.9398
Gee, it is like Amy's review of this group show had some influence on or at least predicted this dual bill of solo shows.
It should be good... Iosca was the deisgner for the much lauded Ace hotel.
Maybe it should be good, but it's not.
I am with Stinky on this one. A bit of an immature rant.
I'll have to see it again (without tons of peopl)e before I can really judge the show.
Though I can say that it hardly felt like a rant as it lacked any sense of bitterness. The only generalization I'd offer so far is that it's rather humorous and a welcome addition to July's somewhat humorless shows. I like britpop (Emin, Hirst, Ofili etc.) and this show reminded me of that kind of provocative stance.
Pink crowbars on the floor... lol.
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