“Wow, they're serious about the white cube here,” a friend whispered to me as we entered the Swiss Institute. He wasn't kidding. The former Deitch Projects space is exactly square, totally white (shiny floors and all), and raised enough to make you feel like you're walking on a stage.
This kind of presentation is a little much for the small work currently on display; it makes their show of Jean-Frédéric Schnyder's landscape paintings Landschaft (Landscape) I-XXXV (through February 26) look like postage stamps in a space capsule. It's no deal-breaker, though, thanks to the work.