I must say it was a wonderful experience to have a two person show in Soho. Not many artists can claim that so I am extremely thankful. It was still bittersweet having to pack up my dolls and stuff them into boxes and then finally into a rolling bag. In my usual fashion, I broke a few pieces along the way. They can easily be fixed but I’ll wait till I’m good and ready, I’m taking a rest form having shows back to back.
Here is a late update from my last two shows, one was at MF Gallery in Brooklyn and the other was SpaceWomb in Long Island City. The show at SpaceWomb was so last second that I had to snatch up some dolls from my shelf, but I was very thankful to be invited. It’s conveniently located across from MoMA PS1 and the opening fell on the same night as their annual warm up event. It was surprisingly quiet considering the amount of foot traffic happening at MoMA, I guess we needed party music and more drinks to compete with them. In contrast, the opening at MF Gallery was very lively as usual with a few familiar faces from my previous job at SourceMedia. We had a blast, Frank and Martina always have a great turnout! I must thank Frank for taking the photo of me, he always catches me at my best.