Artist and critic Walter Robinson, who ran Artnet magazine for its entire 16-year run, helms Haunch of Venison’s summer group show, “Claxons,” which has four artists: Elisabeth Kley, John Drury, Robert Goldman and Mr. Robinson himself.
The news release states that the title of the show “refers to the idea that artists create dissonance and cacophony.” Which sounds good to us. The show runs through Aug. 17. Its opening reception is tonight, from 6 to 8 p.m.
In the slide show at left, a brief preview of the work that will be on view.