From Sharon Butler's review of Introductions 2016 in Two Coats of Paint:
When viewing big group shows of unfamiliar artists, I always find something to like. But at “Introductions 2016,” an exhibition of fifty artists at Trestle Projects, I liked nearly everything. Apparently guest curator Jim Osman, a gifted artist a well as director of the Foundations Program at The New School, and I have a similar aesthetic. For both of us, materials carry meaning. In addition to appreciating their quirky uses, Osman likes a little humor, odd sculptural objects, and enigmatic, thoughtfully-crafted paintings and photographs...
I strongly recommend a trip to Gowanus. I predict we'll be seeing a lot more from the artists in this agreeable group in the next few years.
I'm delighted to have a piece included in this show with such a strong cadre of artists. Introductions 2016 is on view through February 12th at Trestle Gallery, 168 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215.