While her past couple NewYork shows may have seemed a bit dashed off, Cecily Brown delivers here a solid group of large-scale paintings that are cohesive and engaging-her best show in years. The London-born, New York-based painter is more consistently and blatantly figurative in these works compared with previous outings. To approach the series, Brown clearly immersed herself in late Goya, Manet, early Picasso and de Kooning.
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