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We Went to the LES: Solo Shows of Chris Burden and Patricia Treib

Michael: In the belly of the beast that was Frieze Week, I met up with Patricia Margarita Hernandez, Gallery Director/Assistant Curator of P! to check out some openings in the gallery's neighborhood. We ended up at two solo shows: Chris Burden at Shin Gallery and Patricia Treib at Bureau. I liked both of them a lot more than she did. Below, we talk nerdy masculinity, whether abstract paintings have content beyond "decor", weird curating, and bad lighting.
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