Parlour’s thirteenth exhibition, Two’s Company, hosted by Parlour co-founder, Leslie Rosa-Stumpf, and her husband, Lawrence Stumpf, in their Clinton Hill apartment.
Living room installation. Left, Aaron Gilbert, The Body is a Vessel, 2008, etching, 12 ½ inches x 17 ¼ inches. Right, Deana Lawson, Baby Sleep, 2009, pigment print, 17 inches x 22 inches. Center, an ode to love shrine by Aaron and Deana.
Langdon Graves and Nick van Woert, Sock, Raper, Pissers, 2010, paper, scissors, rock, silicone, dimensions variable.
Left, Trish Tillman, Ice Cold Car Ride, 2010, cut paper, oil, pastel, gift wrap, 30 ½ inches x 20 ½ inches. Right, Samuel T. Adams, Untitled, 2010, acrylic on canvas, 30 inches x 23 inches.
Left two pieces, Jiyoung Park, Barry, 2010, linoleum print, 16 inches x12 inches and Jiyoung Park, Shawn, 2010, linoleum print, 16 inches x 12 inches. Right, Jeremy Wagner, Remember Me?, 2009, enamel, charcoal and rust on steel panel, 24 inches x 30 inches.
Bedroom installation view. Wall to right of window, left piece, Micah Ganske, In the Red, 2009, acrylic on muslin, 3 inches x 5 inches. Right, Colette Robbins, Cerberus, 2010, graphite on paper, 25 inches x 18 inches.
Bedroom installation view, work upper left, Fawad Khan, Untitled, 2010, ink, gouache and collage on paper, 11 inches x 13 inches. Upper right, Fawad Khan, Untitled, 2010, ink, gouache and collage on paper, 11 inches x 13 inches. Bottom center, Fawad Khan, Untitled, 2010, collage on paper, 11 inches x 13 inches. Center above bed, Heeseop Yoon, Two Busts, 2009, layered mylar, 43 inches x 28 inches.
Opening night featured artists in front of their pieces. Left, Micah Ganske and his wife Colette Robbins.