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Published on Jul 26, 2007
James Kalm visits Rene Lynch's exhibition of recent painting "Wonderland" and "The Gaze". This series of works exemplifies Lynch's efforts in rendering the melancholic and enigmatic emotional states of contemporary adolescent girls through narrative and fictional portraiture. With the resurgence of interest in figurative painting as exemplified by the Leipzig School, Lynch uses her unique vision of "Girl Power" along with references to Neo- Classical and Romantic painting to questioning society's indulgence in the exploitive presentation of teenage girls.