New at the Marjorie Wood Gallery

Thursday, March 2nd, 2006 | Art, Marjorie Wood Gallery

New this month at the Marjorie Wood Gallery is a survey of works by Me! called Honeymoon Hotel, accompanied by a commissioned prose work by Chana Morgenstern called “3 Rooms.” The exhibition is named after a musical sequence in Busby Berkeley’s 1933Footlight Parade. Berkeley was famous for his large-scale kaleidoscopic film spectacles. I’ve put together a survey of photographic arrays from the past few years, inspired by Berkeley’s abstractions, and am presenting them alongside images of nature, blonde wigs, nude models, and breathing sounds, heightening our sensory experience of this body type on the periphery of the traditionally erotic.

Check it out…
Now through April 30, online only at the Marjorie Wood Gallery.

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