Byung-Chul Woo’s Seeing and other work at Young Art Gallery are beautifully intricate, yet simple, and the pops of color are well-placed. It’s an oil-on-canvas rendition of why I love living in NYC.
I wish I could find more details on it, or the work below.
|Jordan Eagles at Krause Gallery|
Made with blood. ‘Nuff Said. Although if you did want the details, its oxblood, acrylic, resin and copper, and it looks much better in person than in this photograph.
|Makeup by Eric Finzi at SFA Projects|
Marlene Dumas, much? Yet these figures on epoxy resin tell more of a story and make nice use of the medium.
|Carlos Quintana painting at Juan Ruis Galeria|
Carlos Quintana, a Cuban artist I loved here, made a surprise appearance.