November Exhibitions in Chelsea Galleries

Sadamasa Motonaga “Change/Continuity: New York 1966-67”

November 1st-December 21st

Fergus McCaffrey

514 W 26th St. New York, NY 10001

Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10am-6pm

Focused on the time period when Motonaga was an active member of the Japanese avant-garde collective Gutai, this exhibition highlights Montonaga’s transition from existential concerns to pop culture and children’s book references. He used these not in a critical way, but to create a new language of painting through these references.

Stanley Whitey “In the Color”

November 3rd December 21st

Lisson Gallery

504 West 24th Street, NY 10011

Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10am-6pm

Whitney’s signature style of stacked blocks of color have been redefined in a new way of airiness and liveliness. This exhibition reveals Whitney’s appreciation and dedication to color and how important color is to him.

Janaina Tschäpe “HumidGray and ShadowLake”

October 26th-December 8th

Sean Kelly Gallery

475 10th Ave. New York, NY 10018

Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 10am-6pm

Tschäpe’s paintings illustrate incredible ability to use delicate mediums on a large scale, creating a style of abstraction that demonstrate transitioning and change of organic forms. She uses color, form, and allusions to landscape and memory to create the evocative pieces seen in this exhibition.

Written and Compiled by MPS Art Therapy Student, Ceara Genovesi (Class of 2020)

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