Thanks in part to their cheery colors and glowing interiors, Ben Grasso’s paintings of exploding, fractured houses are not tinged with the kind of violence or danger one might expect. Most of the structures are unmoored, floating amid the kind of chaos and destruction that follows a natural disaster. Grasso keeps things open-ended, though; what looks like a fireball is, according to its title, simply a house with orange leaves.
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