Souther is having a show in our second New York space. There's something sentimental about Souther's show titles. We Were Young, and It Was Summer, sounds like something out of a novel or a movie. Souther taps into a distant memory bank in everyone. Have a fleeting relationship during the freedom of summer in years past?
His art does the same thing. In a sophistication of schooled technique mixed with an honest hand which creates a narrative art world that's sentimental.