News Fort Gansevoort's 'Fantasy Composites' exhibition showcases NYPD forensic artist Jason Harvey's work By JAMIE REYSEN firstname.lastname@example.org Updated November 14, 2015 9:50 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It would be a crime to miss this exhibition. Fort Gansevoort is showing works by NYPD forensic artist Jason Harvey through Jan. 10. The exhibition, "Fantasy Composites," is inspired by Harvey's work as a forensic artist. For the past 10 years, Harvey has worked with victims to sketch the faces of criminal suspects. "You have to be a good listener and have a certain candor when working with an eyewitness," Harvey said in a news release. "The process itself is therapeutic -- it's a step in the right direction." But this time around, Harvey's subjects are fictional. The sketches on display incorporate real and imagined facial features to become "hyper real, caricature-like representations of humanity," according to a news release. See photos from the exhibition below, and get more information on the exhibition here. Sketch #3, 2015 Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fort Gansevoort Sketch #15, 2015 Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fort Gansevoort Sketch #18, 2015 Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fort Gansevoort By JAMIE REYSEN email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.