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Review, Whitney Biennial
Sebastian Smee, The Boston Globe
"The Boston native, who also has a solo show at the Institute of Contemporary Art, works with the same images in different media, especially painting and photography. At times seeming arcane, her work nevertheless encourages an acute sensitivity to the way we perceive images. It's mesmerizing and intelligent at the same time."
"At a Biennial on a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking"
Holland Cotter, The New York Times
"In a series of mostly abstract pictures, R. H. Quaytman combines oil painting, silkscreen, photography and sculptural relief along with references to Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Jules Olitski and the Whitney’s architecture. Some of her surfaces look as if they could be cleaned with Windex; others are as thick as puff pastries and sprinkled with diamond dust. You think, 'What’s going on here?' And that’s a question art should raise." Full article>>
Linda Yablonsky, The New York Times Style Magazine
“'2010' suggests that the art of the moment has achieved gender equality, even if the market for it has not." Full article>>