Sonya Blesofsky's solo-exhibition "sneaking into the monument lot from the building on the right" featured in the New York Times article "What to See in New York Galleries This Week".

Jillian Stienhauer writes "Art spaces today are typically pristine and white, or else abandoned places filled with remnants of their former use. Ms. Blesofsky, who recreates pieces of the built environment in order to study how they reflect history, effectively draws on both conventions. She leaves materials exposed to remind us of the labor and the stories they represent. At the same time, she recognizes the value of the color white as a form of blankness. Moved but not overwhelmed by her creations, we can project onto them imagined memories and our own feelings of loss."

Full article here.