The figure: Christopher Moss, Scooter LaForge, Dana Schutz

Fantastic, irreverent figurative paintings are on view both in Chelsea and in Bushwick this month. At Theodore:Art, Christopher Moss turns the head into a blocky minimalist landscape/architectural element, and Scooter LaForge creates odd, inventive narratives. In her first show at Friedrich Petzel, Dana Schutz continues her exploration of the awkward dysfunction that accompanies human interaction.�Tom Micchelli wrote a terrific review of the show in Hyperallergic Weekend on Sunday.

Christopher Moss
�Seventy 12 x 12 inch paintings by Christopher Moss, installation at Theodore: Art


�Christopher Moss
�Christopher Moss
�Scooter LaForge, Escape from Witch Mountain, 2012, oil on canvas, 44 X 44 inches
�Scooter LaForge, Rock Concert, 2011, oil on canvas, 40 X 50 inches�
�Scooter LaForge, installation view.
�Dana Schutz, Ear on Fire, 2012, oil on canvas, 40 x 36 inches
�Dana Schutz, Small Apartment, 2012, oil on canvas, 57 x 83 inches
Dana Schutz, Hop, 2012, oil on canvas, 96 x 90 inches
�Dana Schutz, installation view.
Dana Schutz: Piano in the Rain,” Friedrich Petzel, New York, NY. Through June 16, 2012.
Scooter LaForge/Chris Moss,” Theodore:Art, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York. Through June3, 2012.
Artists and Other Frenchmen,” Pocket Utopia, LES, New York, NY. Through May 25, 2012.


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