Review: “After the Suburbs” at Kiang Gallery a trenchant look at nature/culture divide
March 22, 2011
By Jerry Cullum
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Today, suburbs still signify a safe and predictable environment for many Americans, and Meg Aubrey’s little paintings (at left) focus on the iconography of that predictability: neatly trimmed trees on a roadway median, a red brick mailbox, a red shopping cart at the edge of a mall parking lot, and a “For Sale” sign, left generically blank in Aubrey’s rendering.