MAY 20, 2008


'The True 

Why: Sherry Markovitz is known for her sculpture: totemic wall-trophy animals drowning in beads and shells and feathers. Some of those will be at Greg Kucera Gallery. But since 2006, she's been making paintings on silk, and the medium brings out something wild in her. Marriage, the first of her silk paintings, portrays a doll-like white woman and a primitively styled Native American man; Two-Faced Cross-Eyed Baby is pretty much what it sounds like—and more disturbing. (Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770. 10:30 am–5:30 pm, free.)

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