"(Pécourt's) Hughes’ portraits on leather use bright oil paints in colors that bring Native American and other indigenous cultures to mind. “Where Is Your True North?” features a woman with long dark hair and a fur cap; “Babushka” is a woman draped in a bright blue shawl with pink and yellow flowers. The portraits are relatively simple and feature few details, but they still evoke a sense of loss and fragility. These cultures have been, for the most part, wiped out, and the juxtaposition of their portraits on an animal hide feels particularly poignant.
This show is psychologically and aesthetically fascinating, and it hangs from May 20 to 22."
-Rachel Flora, Art Informer