Set in the Hudson Valley — or in a fictitious landscape reminiscent of the region — Annika Tucksmith’s paintings feel less like remembrances of childhood than the real thing fossilized in paint. Her canvases are stages for ambiguous rituals, carried out by adolescents who walk a tightrope between naïveté and revelation. Tucksmith is currently working toward an MFA in painting at Columbia University.

 

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