Ben Tolman’s drawings have always been dense with narrative. In his latest works, 40 of which go on view Saturday at the Fridge, the artist loosens up a bit, opening some space in his pictures. His previous works have been known for their crowded, Hieronymus Bosch--like detail.
Titled “Fiction,” the new show explores the slipperiness of observable truth, with works that are surreal, cinematic and mythic. The show opens with a public reception on Saturday from 7 to 11 p.m., with musical accompaniment by Washington band Bellflur.
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