Shrigley’s new show, “Signs,” beckons you from the street with the most absurd neon imaginable: “HOT DOG REPAIRS.” Cat-shaped pillows with messages painted on the front will make you hope for a licensing arrangement between Shrigley and Bed, Bath and Beyond. A group of large prints hangs in the back room, with gloomy messages like “shit shit shit and more shit,” and, terrifyingly for the lovelorn, one that warns “Sadly, no more fish in the sea.” (Or is it an ecological warning? Discuss.)
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