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Sylvie Fleury | It Might As Well Rain Until September

May 14, 2013

High minimalism mingles with symbols of feminine consumer identity in Sylvie Fleury’s It Might As Well Rain Until September. A dizzying wonderland of vertical stripes contain vulva-shaped openings, commercial slogans glow in neon, the polished surfaces of candy-colored paintings have been smashed into abstraction by a car, and a rainbow array of stilettos are lined up for exhibition-goers to stroll across a reflective floor sculpture parodying Carl Andre.

The installation saunters the fine line between art production and display, fetishized goods, and the production value of marketing luxury.

Sylvie Fleury at Salon 94 Board

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