References to digging and driving abound in Robert Bordo’s new canvases, as lushly painted as ever but larger and more figurative than in the past. Rearview mirrors and foggy windshields offer smeared or fragmented views of verdant landscapes that seem pulled from dreams, while mud-brown piles of what look like manure, one topped with a shovel, evoke the hard work of transforming ideas into art. Don’t miss the grouping of more intimate works upstairs, in which Bordo’s imagism skews toward the abstract.
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