The Party's Over, solo show at Yancey Richardson

On view at Yancey Richardson Gallery is a show of new work entitled The Party’s Over . Images include places of former fantasy, faded with time and neglect, ranging from a bird dropping-stained, centuries-old Tuscan windowsill to a gaudy, drowning plastic shark behind a sports bar in a forgotten Pennsylvania mountain town. The new work addresses Kereszi’s interests in the problems of escapism and the trope of beautiful decay, and uses a more subtle palette than previous work has employed. The title refers to not only the image of a mirrored disco ball placed in a cardboard box for storage until more glamorous times arrive, but also to the current economic downturn – the recession that shows few signs of receding fast.

Open May 24th, and up through July 6th, 2012
Yancey Richardson Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10011

See also:’s Culture Dispatch
and Newsweek/Daily Beasts’s Picture Dept.
In case you missed the opening: video online and photos here.

Posted on 5 May 2012