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Tuesday's Gallery Picks


This week’s gallery picks are shaped by shared experiences and connections.

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1. Peter Wayne Lewis’ paintings refer to the building blocks of nature at its fundamental level from a micro as well as macro point of view at JayJay
2. Jacolby Satterwhite is interested in process as a metanarrative: the narrative between past, present, and future, and how that process relates a broad, shared experience at OHWOW
3. Pat Passloff’s Abstract Expressionist paintings from 1950 – 1959 at Elizabeth Harris Gallery
4.Over the past decade, Jonas Wood has developed a singular style of representational image-making. Working from a vast archive of photographs––shot and collected by the artist or sourced via the Internet––Wood reinterprets everyday views from his life at David Kordansky Gallery
5. Florian Maier-Aichen captures a distinct sense of time, place, and memory in his photographs, connecting viewer and subject through expansive aerial views and analogue digital Blum & Poe
6. Robert Proch’s Land Without Footprints presents a futuristic realm where perspective is distorted and humans connect solely in a web-orientated universe at Lazarides Rathbone

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