Carriage Trade gallery exhibition looks at America's creepy psyche



Peter Scott Gallery, New York City Carriage Trade, was packed with smart and thoughtful exhibits. Scott is an artist who heals exhibitions as part of his practice and has always had a strong organizational idea, a commitment with questions of relevance and links with the current generation of New York artists. Now moved to the Lower East Side, 277 Grand Street, the first American show is Trump.





Donald Trump, Scott highlights images that open up to interiors that Americans prefer not to highlight. These images take a grateful but haunting specter, he writes, because "the media increasingly insure everyday life, and politics adopts its techniques." Racism in its exclusively American expressions and its views on the psyche US. For their part, many are striking, even seductive images, but together they raise the specter of a frightening and uncomfortable reality we do not like to see or admit on a daily basis.

The American Interior exhibition will run until June 3, 2017. Carriage transportation is located at 277 Grand Street, 2nd Floor, New York, New York, 10002.