Artist Lisa Yuskavage Gets Cheeky

Lisa Yuskavage’s (1996). Photo: Image courtesy of MoMA and the artist.

MoMA’s current second-floor exhibition, “Multiplex: Directions in Art, 1970 to Now,” is a veritable hit parade of work from contemporary superstars (Nauman, Baldessari, Bourgeois, Benglis, etc.). One of our favorites is this dreamy, aqua-hued, junk-in-the-trunk tableau by Yale-trained painter, Lisa Yuskavage, Wrist Corsage. —Rachel Wolff