Congratulations to Diana Kingsley for this New Yorker write-up of her show at Castelli:
It’s hard to know what Kingsley is up to with this new group of photographs, but she’s obviously having fun. Some of her still-life images look like parodies of Elad Lassry’s, with similarly oddball arrangements of tomatoes, cheese wedges, and melons and balloons on brightly colored backdrops. Roe Etheridge [sic] might have shot the ikebana-style flower arrangement with a partly eaten foil-wrapped candy bar left at its base. But Kingsley’s off on her own wonderfully weird trip with much of this work, including a picture of a forest floor with little stacks of coins among the pine needles. Through Aug. 3.
Of course Kingsley was doing this before Roe Ethridge but it's not unfavorable company.
Some earlier writing on Kingsley: