Saturday, September 28, 2013

Primary and Secondary Palettes in Chelsea 9/27/13

Charlene Von Heyl at Petzel in their new 18th St. space

As many have noted, a very strong show. This painting's lumininous lavender areas, covered by patterns, become interior space that is denser than its surroundings.

Shockingly simple spaces comprised of black lines on yellow surface

Dense, rich, simple, simultaneously

Jonas Wood at Anton Kern, this painting 80 x 90 or so

Looks posterized and painterly

Patterns, patterns

Back room

Delicate and painterly

Paul Feeley at Garth Greenan (the old Gary Snyder space, same roster, venue)

Reviewed by John Yau in Hyperallergic, for one

Bright, luminous, Matisse-like surfaces

and doppelgangers

at Paula Cooper's 7-month temporary popup space on 10th, Alan Shields

Shields was an outdoorsman, who loved to sew and fabricate

He showed with Paula Cooper for 20 years

and was known for working from myriad cultures

and for stained, delicate surfaces


Alan Shields

Tatiana Berg at Hansel & Gretel Picture Garden

From one side

From the other

Steve Roden at CRG (reviewed by Roberta Smith this day)

Detail--a compelling mix of pencil, charcoal and blueprint

More sculpture


That coordinate with drawings and the artist's musical compositions--he is a sound artist

Irish artist Diana Copperwhite at Thomas Jaekel

Painter Kylie Heidenheimer told me about this show

She does strange things with primary color--bleaching it, straining the triadic harmonies. Her small scale works feel perfectly pitched.

Robin Lowe at Lennon, Weinberg

Rhythmic patterns, desaturated color

combines with richer notes from the 1990s figure work

Implausible landscapes one wishes to travel

The last days of summer.

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