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  ORTEGA Y GASSETT PROJECTS — ABOUT LOOKING: MATT PHILLIPS + TRAVIS FAIRCLOUGH Catherine Haggarty curates two wistful, quiet painters at this Gowanus space—it's like a blanket against terror. The title, About Looking, is borrowed from the late John Berger's book of the same name. "The field that you are standing on appears to have the same proportions as your own life," he wrote. Haggarty uses this show as a time to become more aware of the field,...
Keep seeing, keep looking! This is a weekly, mostly Brooklyn-based compendium of art happenings. SARDINE: CLOSER THINGS — DANA POWELL It's a cornucopia! How appropriate. Sardine is full of Dana Powell's bananas, apples, pumpkins, and apricots, all smallish (8"x10"), and softly oiled on linen. Fruits have always been sexy, but these aren't Victoria's Secret fruits, or even American Apparel fruits—they're Hanes at home alone behind half-drawn shades, maybe with a French 75 (classy) or a slender spliff (also classy). Exhibition open...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  MUSEUMOFAMERICABOOKS: FATIGUE BONES—JOHN SZLASA John Szlasa's solo show at MuseumofAmericabooks provides a perfect platform for hiding and seeking: a corner door mirrors hanging windows, sans reflection or view. The casts are weird but recognizable, and, as the gallery's writing suggests, "at odds and at play with abstraction's claims to purity and ethereality." Szlasa's work, sculptural and simple, tends to build space. This show stays on-trend in that sense, but allows viewers...
The new exhibition season in NYC is not yet a week old, but it's fair to say that it's already, in a quantitative sense, well underway. That is, there were just enough gallery openings last week to note without exaggeration that there are now hundreds of new exhibits for you to see all around town. Sounds daunting, right? And wonderful as well? A welcome thrust of activity? True, true and true. Also, it's just the start. Plenty...

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