Review of 'What She Said' at Effjay Projekts

By Karin Wolf

Johung_replacing cover“Jennifer Johung Arms Outstretched” by Kaminski greets the viewer upon entry into Effjay Projekts, a gallery space owned by Frank Juarez, poetically positioned in a former church basement. A portrait of Johung wearing a frilly mini-dress and standing atop a rock on a frigid shoreline initially reads like a fashion photograph: a gorgeous under dressed model forced to sustain an unlikely pose in extreme elements. Instead this image is meant to speak to the impermanence of home for today’s woman.

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