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Alex Grimley

Alex Grimley is an art historian based in Philadelphia. He’s written exhibition catalogues for Yares Art and Paul Kasmin Gallery, and is currently at work on his PhD dissertation on Jules Olitski, the composer Morton Feldman, and intersensory aspects of color-field painting.

Neil Welliver

The selection of works in the Neil Welliver show currently on view at Alexandre Gallery’s Lower East Side location offers a cross-section of the artist’s output in painting and printmaking between 1974 and his death in 2005. Four large landscape paintings (each about eight feet square) anchor the show, with four smaller paintings and seven prints rounding it out.

Kenneth Noland: Stripes/Plaids/

Stripes/Plaids/Shapes demonstrates the tremendous variety of sensory and somatic effects Kenneth Noland could wrest from these economical means. With its spacious hanging, each of the twelve paintings is presented in its specificity, to be taken on its own terms.

Jules Olitski: Late Works

Olitski’s was a particularly robust late style. His paintings from the 2000s are both the apotheosis of a lifetime in art and a voyage into new pictorial territory.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2023

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