Meat is amazing. Vegetarians, I salute you and your principles, but you chaps and chapesses are missing out. Artist Brion Nuda Rosch is with me on this, as evidenced by his new show at Mother New York’s The Peanut Gallery. Brion has set his sardonic sights on our borderline-erotic relationship with carnivorous treats and turned them into strangely beautiful artworks. It’s been a couple of years since we last checked in with Brion, and it’s uplifting to see he’s lost none of the wit that drew us to him in the first place.
Meat Form runs until May 23.
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