From Dean Vaglia’s review of the group exhibition, “Your Very Own Paradise,” featuring work by Marc Yankus:

The works on display vary in medium and content, each one providing a glimpse into their creator’s utopia. One wall showcases the quaint scenes of Maira Kalman while Rebecca Morgan’s exaggerated faces watch on from the opposite wall. Lamar Peterson’s haunting “A Young Man With a Fish” hangs between the dueling walls.

Fabrications of urban utopias of Marc Yankus’ “Nineteenth Street” and Andrew Lenaghan’s “Blue Time (Harry’s House E. 19th St.)” challenge the more pastoral paradises of Melanie Daniel’s “Goat Love in a Digital Age” and Amer Kobaslija’s “Fish Feeders, Orange Park II.”

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