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Berggruen Gallery: Christopher Brown - The Waters Sliding; Sam Messenger; Richard Diebenkorn - A Selection of Color Prints from the 1980s and 90s
Comment by AB: On the main floor, contemplate Christopher Brown's dreamy blends of imagery. Upstairs is a selection of gossamer abstracts by Sam Messenger, while downstairs enjoy vintage prints by Richard Diebenkorn. Go see.
Art by Christopher Brown at Berggruen Gallery.
Christopher Brown art.
Art by Christopher Brown up close.
Christopher Brown and his art at Berggruen Gallery.
Art by Christopher Brown.
Large abstraction by Sam Messenger.
Pinkie can detail of art in above image.
Select vintage prints by Richard Diebenkorn.
Ambiance - Christopher Brown and more at Berggruen Gallery.
Gagosian Gallery: Paul Noble - New Works
Comment by AB: Eminently exquisite pencil drawings in all sizes materialize magically seductive scenarios that seem not only believable, but beckon you right on in. Definitely worth a visit.
Paul Noble hard-lead pencil drawing at Gagosian Gallery.
Time to appreciate Paul Noble's art.
Oversized 6-panel pencil drawing by Paul Noble.
Art in above image closer (like it).
Paul Noble art.
Art by Paul Noble.
Relative density - Paul Noble art show at Gagosian Gallery.
Crown Point Press: Degrees of Abstraction
Artists: Mary Heilmann, Pat Steir, Tomma Abts, John Zurier, Anne Appleby, Richard Diebenkorn, Jacqueline Humphries, Leonardo Drew, Al Held, Bertrand Lavier, Sol LeWitt, Alyson Shotz, Amy Sillman, Richard Tuttle, Charline von Heyl.
Comment by AB: Group show of prints produced by Crown Point Press over the past 36 years and featuring six new prints by Mary Heilmann.
New prints by Mary Heilmann at Crown Point Press.
Mary Heilmann prints.
Art by Al Held.
L-R, art by Charline von Heyl, Jacqueline Humphries, Pat Steir, Leonardo Drew.
Modernism Gallery: Mel Ramos - New Paintings.
Comment by AB: Super heroes vie for attention with sugary sweet erotica. Frost it all off with martinis and golf and you've got yourself a show. Mel Ramos has been at it for well over 50 years now, and he's as good as ever. Stop on by
Art by Mel Ramos at Modernism Inc.
Super hero painting and martini erotica sculpture by Mel Ramos.
Mel Ramos art.
Golf ball erotica - art by Mel Ramos.
Mel Ramos art.
Art by Mel Ramos at Modernism Gallery.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery: Barbara Vaughn - Uncharted Waters
Comment by AB: Photographs of reflections on water are serene and beautiful at furst glance, but a closer look will reveal that they're also focused on environmental issues.
Water reflection photography by Barbara Vaughn at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Barbara Vaughn photography.
Water reflection triptych by Barbara Vaughn with SOS flags.
Barbara Vaughn captures the action at her Dolby Chadwick Gallery show.
Reflections with discarded bottle - Barbara Vaughn photograph.
In keeping with the nautical motif - Barbara Vaughn at Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
Jenkins Johnson Gallery: Gordon Parks - Legacy; Zanele Muholi
Comment by AB: The show features portraits of South African South African Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex persons. The spaces left blank are for portraits she took of those who are no longer alive as a result of massacres, hate crimes and rapes. Also on display are vintage images by Gordon Parks.
Portrait photographs by Zanele Muholi at Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
Zanele Muholi LGBTI community member photographs.
Contemporary printings of vintage images by Gordon Parks.
Recent printings of vintage Gordon Parks photographs.