Let's take a look at a few excerpts from the Pitch's article on the exhibition:
"...the richly varied line-work of Gear's aptly titled "Ink Drawing of a Vagina" and "Penis in a Vagina" have the immediacy and sensuality of Japanese calligraphy...".
Chip: "This sounds like the kind of stuff I drew on my parents' walls when I was a mischievous youngster of 11, although I suppose mine may have lacked the calligraphic sensuality of these pieces."
"The sensitivity of Hector Casanova's luminous drawing of a female torso, a composition of high contrasts and the interplay of light and shadow, is undercut by its title: "BOOBS!!"
Chip: "Obviously, with his emphatic title, Casanova is attempting to critique our culture's increasingly crude perceptions of female beauty, but did he intend for me to get a boner?"
And possibly our favorite excerpt:
"David Hu has produced abstractions based on the patterns of his girlfriend's Gap Body underwear. "Low Rise Hipster," a clever painting on paper, is a field of cool-green acrylic offsetting rows of paler green stripes. His series also includes "Low Rise Bikini," consisting of a pattern of white polka dots against a pink background."
Richard: "Typical hipster: he's only interested in his girlfriend's panties to the extent that it benefits his 'art.'"
Chip: "I'll bet hipster women wear boring panties."
"The face of the man in Kansas City artist Mary Ware's smart, funny series of untitled "bored cunnilingus" sketches is never visible. While he's occupied, his partner is distracted in one of the pieces by her Nintendo console; in others, she's attempting to cook or read... The pieces are simultaneously cerebral and earthy, witty and not without mystery. Is the dude in Ware's drawings just really bad at giving head? Is the woman's disinterest a reflection of the man's?."
Captain Chanute: "I would love to debate these profound questions with an artistic hipster chick...while playing Bioshock 2 and getting a blowjob."
And we leave you with this mysterious description (noted without comment):
"Jori Sackin's headless, fishnet-wearing cartoon women are accompanied by one serious-looking chicken."
And here is the piece "BOOBS!!"