Juvenile-in-Justice at Ronald Feldman Gallery reviewed in the Village Voice.
Juvenile-in-Justice at Ronald Feldman Gallery reviewed in the Village Voice.

The Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition currently on view at Ronald Feldman Gallery in Soho was reviewed on Wednesday in the Village Voice. Robert Shuster writes:

“The understated display here (the unframed images are simply pinned to the wall) pulls you close, face-to-face with troubled kids. Their own words, recorded by Ross in interviews, appear on text panels—stories of family strife, confessions of guilt, and a doleful resignation to a vast, often harsh system that doesn’t offer anyone much chance for rehab. Ross’s compositions capture that quiet misery.”

Read the entire review HERE.

If you haven’t seen the exhibition yet… don’t miss it! It runs until February 16 at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 31 Mercer Street, 212-226-3232. More details at the site HERE.

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