The firebrand feminist artist Judith Bernstein has joined Paul Kasmin Gallery‘s roster—and she is planning a rip-roaring debut.
For her first exhibition with the gallery, scheduled to open on January 18, Bernstein will present seven massive, never-before-seen fluorescent paintings that tackle the Trump administration. The works will be illuminated with a black light so they appear to “vibrate from the wall,” Bernstein tells artnet News. “You’ll get an otherworldly experience, which is also the feeling you get while Donald Trump is president.”
Bernstein first began painting Trump-inspired works during last year’s presidential campaign. She picked up speed after the election. This week, another group of works inspired by Trump will go on view in a solo exhibition at the Drawing Center in New York.