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Judith Glantzman, Shakespeare's Pirate, 201, gesso, acrylic, walnut ink, india ink, chalk, sharpie, and graphite on paper, 91.25 x 60 inches

There's a lot wrong with the current exhibition by painter Judy Glantzman (b. 1956), but that's what makes it such a good show. It's chaotic—mostly unframed, splenetic, fragmented painting-collages, about 100 tiny examples on one wall—which cuts it out from the herd of slickly orchestrated installations elsewhere in Chelsea. It's studenty—raw expressionism about the horrors of war with unabashed cribbing from Goya, Francis Bacon and, tone...

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