Roland Flexner in the New Yorker

"In a hundred new black-and-white drawings, the French-born, New York-based artist uses gravity and breath to achieve dazzling yet subtle effects. Like clouds, the little framed works, which are created by blowing bubbles of ink onto paper and directing the flow once they burst, trick the mind into seeing what isn’t there: hidden grottoes, trees draped in Spanish moss, moonlit shores. The works are at once intimate and astronomical, contemplative and recreational, evoking both tantric drawings and acid trips. Through Dec. 22."

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