The after party for the opening is at Wang’s as you already know.
Z. Whittenburg for Flavorpill:
In personal memorabilia, frozen grins tend to dominate — smiling is the Pavlovian response to the appearance of a lens. Chicagoan Jill Frank, nodding both to Cindy Sherman and Gillian Wearing, flips the script, creating vivid tableaux of traumatic moments in her subjects’ lives. She combines the documentary assumptions of photography with the subjective fog of memory, but what truly distinguishes Psychodrama is her cinematographer’s eye for suspense; the intensity of what’s about to happen, or just did, depends upon the perversity of the viewer. Its oddly fitting that Golden’s inaugural exhibition is an initimate examination of the past.