February 28 2015 – April 4 2015
The lingering touch of a lover’s embrace, the social intimacies of a drawing room, and the rambling freedom of a walk in the country combine in this New York native’s lovely new show, which is as charged with feeling as it is formally deft. A steel-and-enamel railing—a line that meanders through space—rises slowly up from the entrance, guiding viewers into a room airily filled with mirrored surfaces marked (through a reverse-painting process) with loosely limned figures, twining leaves, and scribblings that suggest the play of light on water. As winter hung on well into March, here was the promise of spring. Through April 11.
507 W. 24th St.
New York, NY 10011