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Charles LeDray: workworkworkworkwork

Nov 18, 2010–Feb 13, 2011

Review: “His magical retrospective … is dumbfounding. That one man could have singlehandedly created all these things defies credibility.”
The New York Times

Review: “Some of the richest, most touching and witty art I have seen in a long while”
The Financial Times

Review: “The artist uses tiny scale to monumental effect.”
Time Out New York

“Men’s Suits emerges from the darkness like a vivid dream.”
T Magazine/The New York Times

Every element in his work is created practically from scratch by hand—artificially aged fabrics, tiny metal and plastic hangers, doll-sized ladders, and miniature porcelain pots.”
Artnet

The Approval Matrix: “minature-vintage-clothing art”
New York

“With his sometimes diminutive, meticulously made objects . . . the New York artist Charles LeDray thinks giant thoughts.”
The New York Times

“you might just think you stumbled onto the set for Gulliver’s Travels.”
The Village Voice

Charles LeDray’s incredible miniatures hold big interest for kids.”
Time Out New York Kids

an enthralling, meticulous solo show”
WNYC Culture Blog