By Nadine Khalil
DEC 20-JAN 21 | ArtSeen
As Muellers world is captured in a drunken disarray, the sense of an aftermath emergesthat still-raging afterparty.
By Raphael Rubinstein
SEPT 2021 | The Miraculous
As the third wave of a deadly pandemic crashes through the nation, a painter sets up a storefront studio in a landmarked Lower Manhattan building that has served as a communications hub for nearly a century. Surrounded by stacks of folded cloth, she is visible through the window to passersby as she works with a pair of scissors and a sewing machine, cutting up and stitching together fragments of curtains, bedsheets, dish towels, womens suits, embroidered tablecloths, brocade upholstery, scarves, mens long sleeve shirts, knitted blankets and countless other remnants from the realm of everyday textiles.