Body and soul at Gomez Gallery

Critic's Choice: Art

February 24, 2002|By Glenn McNatt

Luna Paris is the creative persona of Lauren Unger, an American performance artist and painter living in Paris whose abstract-figurative canvases, on view at Gomez Gallery through March 15, address issues of the body.

Unger describes her work as allegory, though in works like Radiation any one-to-one correspondence between image and meaning seems far too restrictive; these works are pictorial mysteries that suggest far more ample readings.

Also at Gomez are Argentine artist Sergio Roggerone's paintings inspired by Renaissance icons and the religious folk art of his native country.

Gomez Gallery is at 3600 Clipper Mill Road. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 410-662-9510

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