Brian Fridge doesn't look like he's about to become an art-world celebrity. With his shorn head, thick glasses, and stiff blue blazer, you'd swear he was just another museum security guard. Standing very still, his long-fingered hands clasped low in front of wrinkled khakis, he casts a faraway gaze over rooms hung heavy with the works of Jackson Pollock and Susan Rothenberg, Robert Motherwell... More >>>
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Dunn and Brown Contemporary
Trenton Hancock's acrylic-on-paper narratives, among them "For My Next Trick I'll..." (top, 1998) and "A Vile Pile Poof" (1998), provoked some acrimony among the local art crowd.