Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

Totem and Taboo

By special arrangement, Tillou Fine Art will open today from 1pm to 6.30pm to accommodate audience attending The Review Panel this evening at 7pm. Daniel Horowitz: Totem and Taboo is one of the shows to be discussed. Brooklyn Public Library is a 20 minutes walk from Tillou. Horowitz’s paintings, which are exhibited alongside a collection of African carvings, often use found printed fabric as their support, in the spirit of “the raw and the cooked” aspect of his work. In the words of the gallery’s press release, “The exhibition explores the ambiguity of the post-colonial identity in the Western world, while also paying homage to the influence of tribal art on modernism, and contemplating the existential crisis ushered by the onset of The Anthropocene.”