Teeth, keys, vintage nudes, Virgin Mary postcards, shock treatment memos, buttons, letters and gas masks — the ephemera discovered in 427 trunks and bundles left by patients at the abandoned New York State Willard Psychiatric Center is now on view at Frank Pictures Gallery as large format chromogenic images printed on sheets of glass.

Coupled with shots of ethereal-looking yards and multicolored peeling paint rippling down empty hallways, it’s eerie documentation with a dab of voyeurism for aesthetics. “The Grass is Green,” Liza Rinzler, Nov 14 – Jan 5, Frank Pictures Gallery, Santa Monica

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