VILLAGE VOICE
CHOICES

July 21, 1992
Pgs. 71-72

"MORALITY CAFE": Riot handcuffs, tapes
that measure the height of robbers, and an
"original copy" of Jeff Koons's trial placard
decorate this fresh, 10-artist show about
making art and ethical decisions. Rachel
Harrison
's poles dangle a variety of bagged
objects (a stolen can of tuna, a Bible), Robert
Chambers' construction breathes, Devon
Dikeou's
air bag has been blown. But John
Lekay's
wrecked installation, with typed text
about an altercation with curator Kenny
Schachter, really takes the subject seriously.
Through July 25, Postmasters Gallery, 80
Greene Street, 941-5711. (Kim Levin)



VILLAGE VOICE
SCENE & HEARD

July 7, 1992
pg. 88
by Robert Atkins


Postmasters' "Morality Cafe" ought to be required viewing for every delegate. (Don't miss curator Kenny Schachter's LAPD plastic mass-arrest handcuffs and legal-blowups from Koons v. Rogers.)







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