All Figured Out

The human figure has been an indispensable subject from the beginning of the art historical timeline, yet distinct reconfigurations of its form still abound.
All Figured Out at Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson brings together the work of seven painters who are refiguring the body. Among the bright and hopeful works in this show are ransome’s acrylic and collage paintings on canvas and panel such as “Gee’s Bend Quilter Alice Jean” (2023), in which a graceful woman in a yellow dress is surrounded by colorful quilted fabrics in a shining vision of youth. Some of the figures seen in this show invite us into their world, such as the children on a porch in summertime in Caitlin Winner’s “Straw House” (2023), whereas other works, such as the lone, red-caped figure under a radiant moon in Carl Grauer’s “Nightmoon” (2024), invite curiosity. The show is rounded out by Robert Goldstrom’s paintings of muscular male bodies, including “Anatomy Lesson No. 76” (2024), and Lauren Hamilton’s portraits of couples in period costumes, such as “1720 (Matrimony Series)” (2023).


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