POST BY: PADDY JOHNSON
Josephine Taylor, Bomb Landscape 6, (detail) 2008, sumi ink and colored ink on paper, 100 1/2 x 76 inches, Catherine Clark Gallery
“This is a really mature work for a 32-year-old,” said one would-be buyer of the baby and wolf suckling on the teets of a naked amputee in the woods. Indeed Ms. Taylor has come a long way from Bomb Landscape 4, 2007, whereby she depicts an infant drawing milk from a cleansing tube attached to her mother’s breast. But where will she go from here? Only the next Pulse art fair will tell.