Winter Exhibitions 2021 | Louise Bourgeois, Chris Curreri, Fin Simonetti & Yvonne Kustec

Thursday, January 14th, 2021
Winter Exhibitions 2021 | Louise Bourgeois, Chris Curreri, Fin Simonetti & Yvonne Kustec Louise Bourgeois: What is the Shape of This Problem Chris Curreri: Thick Skull, Thin Skin Fin Simonetti: An Appeal to Heaven Yvonne Kustec: The Garden  

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In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]
Installation view of Yvonne Kustec's exhibition The Garden in the Esker Project Space, 8 February to 6 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Yvonne Kustec, The Garden, (detail). Esker Foundation Project Space, 8 February - 6 June, 2021.
Yvonne Kustec, The Garden, Esker Foundation Project Space, 8 February - 6 June, 2021.
Louise Bourgeois at the printing press in the lower level of her home and studio on 20th Street, New York, 1995. Photograph by: and © Mathias Johansson.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Chris Curreri, Virginia, 2017. Collection of Sara Angel and Michael Angel.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Chris Curreri, Kiss Portfolio 2016. Courtesy the artist and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Chris Curreri, Kiss Portfolio 2016. Courtesy the artist and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto.
Installation view of Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Chris Curreri, Kiss Portfolio 2016. Courtesy the artist and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto.
Chris Curreri, Lifecast, 2017. Collection of Sara Angel and Michael Angel.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, and Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, and Chris Curreri's exhibition Thick Skull, Thin Skin, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of Fin Simonetti's exhibition An Appeal to Heaven, 23 January to 26 June, 2021. Photo by: John Dean.