Jane South's Switch Back in NYTimes," New York Art Galleries: The Virtual Experience", by Jillian Steinhauer.
"In her sixth solo exhibition at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, “Switch Back,” Ms. South is showing what you might call soft paintings (and an M.D.F. sculpture in the backyard). Sewn together from pieces of canvas, batting, tarp and other pliable materials, with acrylic applied in places, they’re big and roughly geometric, purposefully imperfect and allusively abstract. They evoke homemade creations like patchwork quilts and curtains as much as the post-minimalism of Eva Hesse and Robert Morris, and even Claes Oldenburg’s replicas of ordinary objects."
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