NATHANIEL MARY QUINN FRACTURED PORTRAITS

Salon 94 opens its fall season with Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s The Land, marking the artist’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery, and his first large-scale presentation in New York. Quinn’s singular approach to portraiture is both highly associative and autobiographical, and includes family and friends, teachers, neighbors, and interlopers. While tradition has a subject “sit” for…

DIAMOND STINGILY

                Stingily’s work explores various themes of racial identity and feminity, memory and childhood, iconography, surveillance and paranoia as well as freedom. Much of her work is in direct response to her “social and economic background” growing up in West Chicago. Critics have reviewed her first two exhibitions favorably….