Andrea Mary Marshall’s Fashion Fans pushes female sexuality to center stage, making use of the traditional, often idealized image of a geisha and her accessories—notably, fans. The works on display were produced overnight as part of a performance, during which Marshall sported traditional kimonos and splatter painted the walls with fans dipped in enamel paint all of which was caught on tape and on view next to the works themselves.
Sebastian Errazuriz’s Lampara de Lagrimas brings the traditional lighting fixture from accent to centerpiece. Hung at eye level, the large-scale chandelier doubles as an elegant treetop for dozens of taxidermy birds.
Kristin Cammermeyer Outisde In
Kristin Cammermeyer’s Outside In presents a deconstructed blend of high and low. Built from discarded materials found in Bergdorf Goodman’s warehouse, the artist crafts a colorful and ephemeral tangle of shapes.