Jacques Flechemuller @ Good Luck Art Gallery

by Joseph A. Hazani February 24, 2017

In this solo exhibition, Jacques Flechemuller defines “cheeky” for us. In which, we have the indication of humor, but something that is smarmy. It never broaches the terrain of condescension-gladly-, yet it can, because of its acidity, deliver a provocation to the subject upon perception. It does so by presenting not so much disturbing images within the playfulness, but controversial shapes....

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St. Vincent

by Joseph A. Hazani February 24, 2017

How does one become a curmudgeonly misanthrope? How does one convert their gift of a life into something that resembles a stain on humanity? Who, while not necessarily destructive to those surrounding him, indulges in self-destructive behaviors which act more or less like drowning and struggling against a whirlpool? We are forever barred from taking gross generalizations of human action and....

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Doomsdays

by Joseph A. Hazani February 24, 2017

If one knew that the world was ending, how would one respond? With a great cry of self-pity, of the last days on Earth spent in a whirlwind of self-regret? Would one panic at the calamity, and be so fixated on trying to find any means of survival that the thoughts stirred would rise no higher than a frightened and startled animal? Or would one indulge, mercilessly, in what the soon-to-be-expired....

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