Vince Aletti from The New Yorker writes:

Nan Goldin and Larry Clark are the stars of this show, which depicts New York in a time of high anxiety and creative ferment, but they’ve got plenty of competition. Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s grid of black-and-white portraits of art stars on the rise includes Cindy Sherman, Jenny Holzer, and Brice Marden; Amy Arbus and Janette Beckman similarly catch Madonna and Run-DMC early in their careers. But Andrew Garn, Christine Osinski, Keizo Kitajima, and Gunar Roze capture the period’s grit and flash just as vividly with a more anonymous cast, and Les Simpson’s video slideshow of club kids and drag divas is a crash course in wild style. Through July 3.

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