Caitlin Cherry

Courtesy Luis De Jesus


2019-02-09 11:00:00
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. first Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. of every month until February 9

Location Info:

Luis De Jesus
2685 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90034
In a world where every image is distorted, manipulated, aspirational and dysmorphic, what is to become of painting's history of generating interpretive, fantastical pictures? Within the hierarchy of the beautiful, what place is there for images viewed through the mediation of technology — especially when it isn't working right? And what does "right" even mean when we're having a subjective and subversive discussion on patriarchal, racial and colonialist paradigms of beauty in the first place? In the paintings of Caitlin Cherry, black female bodies and sexually confident women in general are portrayed as self-possessed in the face of oppression and outmoded, moralizing aesthetics. Her topsy-turvy palette riots topple expectations and reveal an emboldened generation of women ready to rule this jacked-up kingdom.


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