Celebration, decoration and psychic discovery collide in Agathe Snow’s creative output, which ranges from appropriated objects and collage to even wallpaper. Her installation at the Guggenheim in Berlin was a 21st century playpen while her pegboard paintings at The Fireplace Project in East Hampton two summers ago offered a more formal nod to constructivism. The New York Times referred to her giant wreath sculpture as “overgrown charm bracelets” adorned with wrapped presents, party favors and tree ornaments. Snow has exhibited with James Fuentes, Gagosian Gallery and was featured in the 2008 Whitney Biennial.

Today Exhibition A presents Yes by Agathe Snow. This archival inkjet print on stretched canvas is available in two sizes, each a limited edition of 50.