from the Village Voice

Further back in Ivans art supermarket, an hilarious exercise by Sam Wiener, a series of art doll houses that duplicate in miniature the wondrous follies of contemporary art life. As Wiener states in the wall label, "any similarities between the found works and Art are intended." His mini-galleries are true representations of the spaces: Paula Cooper, Ivan Karp, Meisel, Castelli, John Weber, and the Whitney Museum are here in perfect scale, with art works mimicked by common objects Wiener picked up at Grand Union. The Linda Benglis sculpture become a rawhide dog bone, Jackie Windsor's a brillo pad, Alan Shield's a washcloth. Healthy satire that will be appreciated by the fervent in-crowd and will nicely bewilder any tourist who happens by. (Anderson)