Janet Cooling in Cultured Magazine

Janet Cooling: Jack Hanley

Cultured contributing writer Ashton Cooper has put together an exhibition of painter Janet Cooling’s early works, created at the confluence of the AIDS crisis and the Cold War and which have not been shown since their original exhibition in the early ’80s. On view at Jack Hanley Janet Cooling: 1978–1982, is an opportunity to see Cooling’s apocalyptic narratives which reflect on her childhood in New Jersey and contextualize alongside her contemporaries such as Martin Wong and David Wojnarowicz.

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