As people celebrate Passover, Holy Week and Spring Break, the art galleries in Chelsea and around town are welcoming April with a wide variety of new shows. Those "Gallery Closed For Installation" signs - don't they always make you want to peek around and see how it comes together? Well, Mark did...
@ The Viewing Room - Photo by Mark Wiener
James Kennedy (above) was caught in the act of perfectly placing a work by Bonnie Rychlak, whose solo show opens Thursday with a reception from 6-8 at The Viewing Room (Chelsea's annex of East Hampton's Surface Library) on the 4th Floor of 551 West 21st Street.
@ 571 Projects - photo by Mark Wiener
On the second floor, Sophie Bréchu-West only appeared to be working alone at 571 Projects.
Maggie advises Sophie - photo by Mark Wiener
She had help deciding on the perfect array for of Liz Engelhardt’s "Silentscapes" - from her sister Maggie - via Skype. You can see what they came up with at the opening reception, Thursday from 6-9.
While we have not been given a sneak peak of Tim Linn's exhibition of sculpture and works on paper "Of Necessity" at Heskin Contemporary 443 West 37th St., given what we have seen of his "painterly architecture" and this vibrant gallery, we would be April Fools not to get to get a first look during the reception, Thursday from 6-9.
by Tim Linn courtesy Heskin Contemporary
Keyes Art Projects presents the debut show in their new space - at 551 West 21st Street on 4 - a solo from photographer Wyatt Neumann - toast them at the reception from 6-8.
by Wyatt Neumann courtesy Keyes Art Projects
While at 551 West 21st, you can also visit us in Studio #210...