Gina Beavers’s work hits a sweet spot for me. It’s impossible not to bumble where the talent has gone already, but I intend to explore serial, inflated, anatomical detail myself.
Her idiosyncratic aesthetic… [offers] canny statements on contemporary bodies, beauty and culture.
[Her] works tackle the weirdness of immaterial images floating through the ether, building them up into something monumental, rather than dismissing them, as most of us do.
(Martha Schwendener, “New York Galleries: What To See Right Now,” NYTimes, 8-14-19)
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