“How ‘Bout Them Apples?”: Fantastic Group Show of NYC-Based Contemporary Painters @ Ross + Kramer

If you are going to have a star-studded show featuring all NYC-based painters, having the title of the show borrowing the phrase “How ‘Bout Them Apples?” from the 1997 film, Good Will Hunting, might be surprising. That was Boston after all, drenched in Harvard/MIT/Red Sox and Matt Damon. But the way Ross + Kramer Gallery have shaped this group show, featuring some of Juxtapoz’s absolute favorites, and a concept that speaks to the “resilience and toughness of the artists whose work is featured in this exhibition, New Yorkers who persevered through one of the city’s most trying periods,” How ‘Bout Them Apples? works just perfectly. 

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