Building slowly from self-deprecating drawings and sculpture to an installation with a hilarious video, Kramer twists every tired cliché in the book with the perfect timing of a stand-up comic. His wry works on colored paper (with captions or typewritten texts) are as sardonic as those of Raymond Pettibon, and his whiny truisms and complaints ("the art world is an unforgiving place, only the strong survive") may remind you of Cary Liebowitz, yet the tipsy sensibility is all his own. The stacked champagne-glass fountain-settee and life-size lamppost drunk add gravitas of a sort. But the... More >>>