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‘Jamian Juliano-Villani: Me, Myself and Jah’ at Rawson Projects

'Midnight Snack' (2013) by Juliano-Villani. (Courtesy the artist and Rawson Projects)

Everything is going wrong in Jamian Juliano-Villani’s hyper-frenetic, brilliantly colored, expertly designed, cartoony paintings, but you would not want it any other way. In Midnight Snack (all works 2013), two hands leap out of the freezer, a goldfish somehow residing on a shelf in the fridge is spewing water, and the clock on the wall appears to be spinning out of control. There are at least a dozen other sources of concern, but the older black woman and young black girl in the room look entirely blasé. What in the world is going on here? Read More


Employees Only: Greenpoint’s Rawson Projects Curates David Zwirner Staff Show

Installation view of works by Dave Miko in 'People Who Work Here,' curated by Rawson Projects, at David Zwirner. (Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner)

It’s not uncommon to hear New Yorkers say that they work almost all the time, but in the case of James Morrill and Chris Rawson it’s actually true. During the week they’re the controller and archivist, respectively, at the David Zwirner gallery, and on the weekend they run a gallery on the northern edge of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, called Rawson Projects, which they take turns manning so that they each get to spend one day a week outside a gallery. Read More