• Nayland Blake

    Anglim Gilbert Gallery

    For this recent show, Nayland Blake exhibited the results of a grueling self-imposed task: to produce one artwork per day for a month. Despite the fact that no single piece represents a sustained effort—A Week of White Skin Masks (4-20-97) (all works 1997), a set of white rabbit pelts hung from a rope traversing the ceiling, is decidedly lightweight—what is remarkable is that most of the work on view is noteworthy in one way or another. The effortless-seeming wall piece Found Ghost (4-28-9), consisting of nothing more than a gauzy white kerchief arranged to suggest a rabbit’s head, is a case in

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