I was so happily overwhelmed by the Natalie Frank show of warped fairy tale reinterpretations that I neglected to cover the other exhibition up at the Drawing Center that I swooned over as well. That would be Rachel Goodyear's "Restless Guests," a (literally) subterranean show of her coolly transgressive drawings and animations of devils, veiled dames, and other charmingly disturbing figures. Goodyear is a master of space and scale, packing dense, dark scenes in the middle of vast fields of white. Taking a page out of the Surrealists' book, her characters often have obscured faces, and are engaged in ambiguous moments that seem erotic and supernatural at once. I particularly love this drawing above which I came across on her site. It plays with so many tropes that are intriguing to me: ritual, ectoplasm, power-shifts, gender. I'd love to see it in person. Other works of hers are still viewable at the Drawing Center through March 1, 2016, and I highly recommend you give them a visit.