Summer 2014

“Persian Rose Chartreuse Muse Vancouver Grey”

Monika Szewczyk

What does it mean for works of art to talk to one another? How did “Persian Rose Chartreuse Muse Vancouver Grey,”curated by the artist Mina Totino, achieve the sense of a conversation—or, more precisely, several intimate and casually intermingling exchanges—that might arise at an informal gathering, probably in a garden, sometime in spring? This may sound frivolous, …

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