Monday, December 17, 2012

The 12 Best Brooklyn Art Shows of 2012

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Andrew Hurst, at English Kills Art Gallery.
The artist's collages and assemblages have become increasingly sculptural in recent years, and this time they were very literally off the wall. Moreover, those that did yet pend from the walls expressed the extent of their relief at a reach of two feet. Murally adhered or not, the works appeared commonly ambered in a dusty past, aged in an attic, lorded over by time's heavy seep. (Full review here.)

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