The Juvenile-in-Justice exhibition currently on view at Ronald Feldman Gallery is reviewed in this week’s edition of the New Yorker! You can read it online HERE. [superquote] “The big color portraits are blunt documents– cold and effective.” -New Yorker [/superquote] If you’re in the city: the exhibition is up until February 16th, at 31 Mercer St. New York, NY. More details at the gallery site HERE. Posted byKaty McCarthy January 29, 2013 Tags:color, exhibition, Feldman Gallery, Mercer St, New York, New Yorker, NY, review, Ronald Feldman, Ronald Feldman Gallery 0 2 Share: Related Articles M.M at 14 and Mia at 3 months The Short List 3-5-13 Six Days and Seven Months [Youth Stories] “This wasn’t my first choice, this life.” The Short List 2/1/13 A conversation about the CA Department of Juvenile Justice… 2 Comments Clark February 5, 2013 I wish I could go! Leave a reply Click here to cancel the reply You must be logged in to post a comment.