Sasha Gordon used to make hyperrealist art, but these days her paintings lean less into the particulars of technique and more into the particulars of herself. For her new exhibition, “Hands of Others” at Jeffery Deitch in New York, Gordon brings her most honest approach yet. Through a compelling mix of fine detail and dreamlike exaggerations, Gordon continues to evolve in style and extend the depth of her subjects. Each piece ushers viewers into intimate scenes of daily life as her subjects—which she identifies as various versions of herself—grapple with vulnerability, comfort, hyperawareness, and pride.
At Jeffrey Deitch, Sasha Gordon Reveals Her Honest Self
With a new solo show—"Hands of Others"—at Jeffrey Deitch in New York, the artist presents a body of work that digs into the personal.