Nicole Eisenman / MATRIX 248 brings together approximately forty works by the New York-based artist, produced since 2009. Intermixing historical styles associated with American Regionalism and the Italian Renaissance with German Expressionism, Eisenman twists the imagery, reimagining familiar forms with her own incisive social commentary and aesthetic voice. 
The first BAM/PFA exhibition organized by new Phyllis C. Wattis MATRIX Curator Apsara DiQuinzio, Nicole Eisenman / MATRIX 248 focuses on a selection of paintings and works on paper that were motivated by the economic crisis and lingering political instability that continue to cloud post-Bush-era America.
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