James Kalm risks getting caught in a mid-summer thunderstorm, and bikes to Manhattan’s West Side to view the opening of “Claxons”. Along the way he witnesses the “Push Pop Girls” proclaiming they are the “Last Real Feminists” in their official protest against the “white male capitalist hierarchy suppression”. Curated by Walter Robinson, this exhibition features the paintings of Robert Goldman A/K/A Bobby G,, the whimsically eccentric sculptures of John Drury, the drawings and ceramics of Elisabeth Kley and a small selection of works by himself, Walter Robinson.
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