Artists know well that juried exhibitions reflect the prejudices of their jurors. Apparently the 1991 Annual Juried Exhibition at the Orlando Museum of Art is no exception. The show is dominated by predictably postmodernist themes and motifs – ironic observations, socio-political polemics, the ills of our consumer-driven world writ large. In short, New Yorkism.
Chuck Twardy, The Orlando Sentinel (May 5, 1991) (Orlando, FL)