Entang Wiharso in Forbes
Entang Wiharso’s exhibition, When Rabbits Eat Meat, was reviewed in Forbes: Entang Wiharso Fluidly Expresses Complex, Glittery Narratives Across Painting And Sculpture, Flexing Boundaries Of Imagination And Nature.
Natasha Gural writes, “Humor and horror collide in a glittery re-imagining of Grant Wood’s 1930 painting American Gothic, as we gaze into the blue eyes of a pursed-lipped couple standing in front of a burning house on a dreamy landscape. Flames emanating from the roof juxtapose the lavish multi-faceted blue sky and lush verdant tree.
Entang Wiharso’s American Gothic with Broken Pitchfork (2022) draws us in with awe and amusement and retains our attention as we navigate the details of textures and brushstrokes evoking magical realism. It’s among the captivating works on multi-story view until May 28 as Entang Wiharso: When Rabbits Eat Meat, the artist’s third solo show at Marc Straus Gallery in New York’s Lower East Side.”