Opens Tonight, Nov 15, 6-8p:
“If It’s So Then Let Me Know”
Newman Popiashvili Gallery, 504 West 22nd St., NYC
This show continues Fennell’s ongoing practice of creating mixed media collages whose organic and geometric patterns reference nature, mathematics, architecture, and religious art. Fennell’s primary medium is paper, cut in differently sized circles and lines that overlap in layers.
- thru Dec 22
Stephen Haller Gallery, 542 W26th St., NYC
new sculptural pieces reflecting the artist’s life-long passion and devotion to the motor car. The Superleggera Series is a study in gleaming color expressed in elegant geometry evocative of the thrill of a remembered race. - June 23
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Opens Tomorrow, Apr 19, 6-8p:
Rooster Gallery, 190 Orchard St., NYC (just below Houston St.)
The exhibition reflects two distinct creative moments divided between both floors of the gallery. Upstairs, Bichão presents five paintings on an unusual support material – blocks of Styrofoam, coated with fiberglass, which in turn are coated with concrete. The drawings being shown downstairs constitute another moment of the artist’s creative state, intimately connected with the works described above. They are loosely drawn on single sheets of paper, without geometric restrictions or apparent guiding symmetry, but with the same arcane symbols bearing the ancestral charge of a universal idiom. - thru May 27
Continues thru Mar 25:
Lu Magnus, 55 Hester St., NYC
Tofer Chin’s new body of work of geometric paintings, photographic wall wrap and sculpture utilizes color palette reflecting the brash attitude of the ‘80s and early ‘90s skater culture. Black, white and neon resonate throughout the exhibition. The geometric construction of the paintings is based on mathematical calculations, with titles based on the sum of its constituent parts: number, color and form. For example, the painting 31 White Lines on Black is made up of 31 white lines on a black background.