Opened last Friday,12 April 2008, "Dirt Mansion" at English Kills Art Gallery in Brooklyn is Judith Supine's second show in the New York City area—unless of course you are counting his numerous pieces pasted up throughout the city.
Large installations consisting of his dramatic 20 foot high wooden puppet characters fill the maze-like warehouse space. Glossy psychedelic imagery and bright florals and figures set against a black backdrop mold a theatrical feel. Like most of his work, it's hard to explain so have a look at some more images after the jump.
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