But at its best, the new gallery is frothy and grotesque (kind of like Elizabeth Wurtzel, actually), and there's nothing I like better than that. There's Monica Valencia's The Breasts of St. Eulalia—severed and served on a tray, by golly! And there's Bini's Aunt Flo, which features a lovely, Indonesian-style woman crouching happily over her menses. Fantastic! Even happier, it reminded me of The Onion's splendid story—only last week!—"Women Now Empowered By Everything a Woman Does." Verily and forsooth!
The gallery will have an opening every Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. Go see the young people! Eat the cheese!