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Tuesday's Gallery Picks


Meditating on life and its duality in this week’s gallery picks.

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1. See You On The Other Side, features black and white works on paper in 2501’s predominately abstract monochromatic painting style, in addition to ceramic sculptures, liquid drawings on plastic and two new videos at Soze Gallery
2. Lari Pittman’s multilayered depictions of images and signs meditates on the overwhelming richness and sadness of everyday life at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
3. Juan Uslé finds inspiration for his work in the opposing centers of his life: the chaotic streets of New York, and the bucolic countryside of northern Spain at La Louver
4. Six artists’ abstracted imagery examines “Floaters”, aka the spots, webs, fragments, or threads that float slowly before the observer’s eyes at Bravin Lee
5. Parra’s “Il senso di colpa” takes its title from concerns the judgment we give ourselves in every shade of our life: work, everyday relationships at Galleria Patricia Armocida
6. Olympia Zagnoli’s Mr. and Mrs. Horizontal Vertical at Michel Lagarde

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