For her sixth show at the gallery, Amy Cutler pares down her trademark multi-figure, fairy tale inspired paintings to present 19 portrait busts women who all look tired, run-down and decided over it. The gouache-on-paper works in “Brood” vary in the wonderfully patterned shirt fabrics, the way a few strands of hair slip out of a loose bun, or the extent to which each woman’s lips are pursed or tilt into a frown. The look of disdainful resignation on each face is more or less the same.
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