TheArtBlog.org Reviews ‘Tastier’

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Alyssa Greenberg writes about her visit to Tastier at Space 1026

In the review, Greenberg recognizes the connections made in the work to America’s consumer culture:

Leslie Friedman knows her way around a suggestive mise-en-scène. That much is clear after about a millisecond of looking at “Tastier,” her show at Space 1026; from every angle, the pieces deftly skewer the culture of materialism and do it stylishly, with maximum symbolic impact. Using time-honored icons of the culture – naked women, Coca-Cola — and tropes of pop art, “Tastier” is nothing we haven’t seen before. Its arrangement and choice of context, however, transcend cliché and successfully draw visitors into its gleeful crassness.

To read the entire review, click here.

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