Three artists reflect on the intricate connection between household objects and the human form. In drawings with a Pop Art verve, Holly Coulis creates flat outlines of fruits, their ripe geometric shapes and rounded edges alluding to bodily curves. With sculpture, Nevine Mamhoud takes these associations further, carving erotically charged household items out of stone. Finally, in Christina Ramberg’s drawings, the artist creates torsos out of corsets and tangles of hair. —E.C.
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