Contemporary Art

Saturday Afternoon with Friends

Rebecca Carter’s 'The Wrong Perspective,' graphite and wood; 'Dirty Rainbow,' silk thread and electrical plugs
Rebecca Carter’s ‘The Wrong Perspective,’ graphite and wood; ‘Dirty Rainbow,’ silk thread and electrical plugs

The Reading Room. Again I waited until the last day to see a show, Rebecca Carter’s Reading the Love Letter, but the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. While most folks were probably killing themselves with frantic Christmas shopping, I found a wonderful respite in Karen Weiner’s little space located far away from the holiday madness. It was a fun lazy afternoon reconnecting with old friends, chitchatting, listening to the haunting background music, and poking around in all the little spaces and hidden corners searching out Rebecca’s little surprises.

(above) 'What You Really Feel,' thread. I really wanted to use this image for the first entry photo, but decided against it.
(above) ‘What You Really Feel,’ thread. I really wanted to use this image for the first entry photo, but decided against it.
(above) 'Piano Piano,' thread
(above) ‘Piano Piano,’ thread
(above) 'Do Write,' photograph
(above) ‘Do Write,’ photograph
(above) 'Reflectio,' thread. Instead of a vanity mirror above the bathroom sink.
(above) ‘Reflectio,’ thread. Instead of a vanity mirror above the bathroom sink.
(above) 'The Eyelashes from Outer Space,' thread
(above) ‘The Eyelashes from Outer Space,’ thread
(above) 'The Complimentary Close (What You Said),' neon. It's backwards here, it's meant to be read from the outside looking in.
(above) ‘The Complimentary Close (What You Said),’ neon. It’s backwards here, it’s meant to be read from the outside looking in.

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