Nathlie Provosty’s New Exhibit Proves Some Positives from COVID-19

Nathlie Provosty’s New Exhibit Proves Some Positives from COVID-19

When New York Artist Nathlie Provosty had COVID-19, she lost her sense of smell and she had vivid dreams. the result of these experiences is poison dart, now on exhibit at Nina Johnson. Taking her experience with the coronavirus as the inspiration, New York artist Nathlie Provosty’s newest exhibit, Poison Dart, pushes art admirers to look at the pandemic in a new way. Exclusively at Nina Johnson gallery through the end of January, Poison Dart highlights some of Provosty’s most inquisitive work as of late, using linens, oil paints and boarding to convey the vivid dreams Provosty had while quarantining.