Description:     In the November show paintings of fuchsia colored monkeys reflect on matters of cultural distortion. A box is reproduced in every detail, down to shipping labels, chips and dings, but is it really a painting? Food wrappers, train schedules, matchbooks and stamps from Asian countries are all this artist works with, using these things to create a flood of art without even having her own studio. A filmmaker who combined horror and humor half a century ago is being seen in a whole new light today. Three artists share their distinct visions of nature’s wrapping material: skin. And, in the Visual Epiphany segment, two veteran art writers reflect on the unlikely set of circumstances that led them to become serious commentators on visual art.
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