Review Washington Post
From recent review by Mark Jenkins "Washington Post" on June 10, 2016:
"The centerpiece of the Greater Reston Arts Center show is “Study for a Monument,” which arrays 88 charred and battered chairs on one side of a wooden teeter-totter. Inspired by the Arab Spring and the Occupy protests, the assemblage resembles a cresting wave.
That imagery is even more apparent in “Rising Tide,” an embroidered silhouette in which chairs surge higher, unconstrained by the gallery’s ceiling. But other works show burning thrones or plummeting chairs, invoking destruction and defeat."
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