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Greene Exhibitions’ Drawings | Fridges is the most fun you’ve had at an art show in months, so long as your idea of fun is as basic as mine: the intertwining of refrigeration’s cool magic, stacks of pre-made snacks and unpretentiously tossed-off drawings. The exhibition title is nearly literal: five refrigerators stocked with self-indulgences—have one!—and a cladding of tacked-up artworks. Wine cooler in hand, one lady thoughtfully asked if there was a donation jar before throwing me right into the soft arms of an ice cream sandwich.
That an art show exists amidst this irreverence is perhaps no easier to forget than at any contemporary opening where half the audience mainlines Tecate in some adjacent courtyard. Drawings | Fridges, at the risk of taking it too seriously, acts as a witty comment on art-as-grease for more basic social wheels. Furthermore, I can only imagine the perplexed but proud mother who would slap a magnet onto Juliana Paciulli’s creepy collage or Dorit Cypis’s The Power of One (2014). Seeing a bunch of worn-out fridges in the round is its own form of amusement: every surface of each has its prime real estate. Within such a mode of display, the drawings crowd out and compete, never saying much to one another. But, they are pretty awesome in their ensuing collective cacophony.
Drawings | Fridges runs June 13–July 25, 2015 at Greene Exhibitions (1639 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035)