Voice without a generation
In the pilot of Lena Dunham's new HBO series, Girls, the lead character tells her parents she might just be "the voice of my generation," or at least "a voice of a generation." Lena's real dad, Carroll Dunham, opened a retrospective of his drawings made between 1982 and 2012 at Blum & Poe gallery the same week as Girls' hyped-up debut. His perverse, introspective work seems almost unaware of which generation it belongs to. The craggy pictures of a voluptuous woman crawling through the desert, of a hat that looks like a penis, or of a man who looks like a house could have been made in 1960 as easily as 1990. 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd.; through May 26. (310) 836-2062, blumandpoe.com.
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: April 24. Continues through May 26, 2012
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