somehow the colder and the more vicious New York City weather gets, the more curious events there are happening. Gallery openings in Chelsea are no exception with so much to see and process, that one may need a whole second day to cover them all.
1. LARRY ZOX, OPEN SERIES Through December 20, 2019 Berry Campbell Gallery See show info Works by Color Field painter Larry Zox at Berry Campbell Gallery Larry Zox played a central role in the Color Field direction of art of the 1960s and 1970s — working mostly within hued geometric shapes in dynamic juxtapositions — demonstrated that hard-edge painting was not cold or formalistic 2. ROBERT LONGO, FUGITIVE IMAGES Through December 21, 2019 Metro Pictures See show info Don’t take the oversized works by Robert Longo for photography — these are actually meticulously executed charcoal drawings 3. GARY PANTER, DRAWINGS Through January 11, 2020 Fredericks & Freiser See show info An exhibition of Gary Panter, a cartoonist, illustrator, painter, designer, and part-time musician. Panter’s work is representative of the post-underground, new wave comics movement 4. CULTURE KEEPERS, CHRISTIAN VINCENT ANALOGOUS DIMENSIONS, MARION FINK & ENIKÖ MARTON Through January 23, 2020 C24 Gallery See show info Enikö Márton’s paintings convey natural landscapes with some rich, psychedelic color palettes Paintings by Christian Vincent 5. DUANE MICHALS, MISCHIEVOUS EYE Through December 21, 2019 DC Moore Gallery See show info In the new exhibition, Duane Michals’ painted photographs, sequences, and self-portraits share center stage, showcasing his interest in the comical, metaphysical and surreal. 6. J.C.FONTANIVE, FASTER THEN I THOUGHT Through January 11, 2020 Danese/Corey See show info 7. ALEA PINAR DU PRE, AFTER THE MASTERS Through December 21, 2019 Fremin Gallery See show info Alea Pinar Du Pre’s ‘After the Masters’ series is a fascinating new interpretation of exemplary Renaissance paintings, viewed from the perspective of the digital age. Alea Pinar Du Pre’s ‘After the Masters’ series is a fascinating new interpretation of exemplary Renaissance paintings, viewed from the perspective of the digital age. 8. MATERIAL COLOR (GROUP EXHIBITION) Through December 21, 2019 Margaret Thatcher Projects See show info Painting by Tegene Kunbi Work in acrylic by Omar Chacon Work in acrylic by Omar Chacon Work in acrylic and resin by Freddy Chandra
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