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"Kramer’s kitschy studio drawings brightened up the booth for this eclectic New York gallery. Only one of his large-scale paintings, illuminated by a single yellow fluorescent-light, made it to the fair, but it was strikingly different from the smaller studies for sale, which incorporate a sloshy rainbow of messy ink and slogans, touting tongue-and-cheek jokes about the American dream. His haphazardly sketchy style is in line with a trend towards gallery shows that feature work torn straight from the sketchbook, but Kramer’s pieces show a unique sensitivity to humorous plays on words and pictures."

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