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Cullen Washington, Jr. at B2OA.
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Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (January 19–25)

By Olivia Swider

January 23, 2015

THURSDAY

Cullen Washington Jr.: “Space Notations” at B2OA
January 22–February 21
Opening: January 22, 6–8pm
515 West 26th Street
In “Space Notations,” Washington continues to defy formal expectations; canvas and found fragments circumvent and protrude organically from structural bars and packing tape functions as a graphic tool–both defining and breaking through material and space.

We Are Not Alone” at Fountain Gallery
January 22 – March 1
Opening: January 22, 6-8pm
702 Ninth Avenue
Fountain Gallery presents “We Are Not Alone,” a group exhibition curated by Matthew Higgs of White Columns. Participating artists include: David Albertsen, Anthony Ballard, Derrick Alexis Coard, Martin Cohen, Osvaldo Cruz, Rocco Fama, Ray Hamilton, John Hiltunen, Barry Senft, and William Tyler.

Davina Semo: “Holding the Bag” at Rawson Projects
January 22–January 22
Opening: January 22, 6–8pm
221 Madison Street
Rawson Projects present the second installment of A Process Series, five mini-exhibitions that invite each artist to transform the gallery space in order to present and explore the inspiration behind their most recent work. Davina Semo has had recent solo exhibitions at Ribordy Contemporary, Geneva, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, and White Flag Library, St. Louis.

FRIDAY

“Pulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art” at Ricco/Maresca Gallery
January 23–March 7
Opening: January 23, 6–8pm
529 West 20th Street
“Pulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art” reintroduces this art form to public as a brilliant and often overlooked pop-culture revelation. This exhibition is a celebration of the art that graced the covers of the paperback released south of the US border yet also serves as a visual observation of the fundamentals of Mexican attitudes towards art and consumerism.

SATURDAY

Ryder Ripps: “Ho” at Postmasters Gallery
January 24–February 28
Opening: January 24, 5:30–8pm
54 Franklin Street
The show will feature large scale oil paintings, portraits once removed, derived from the Instagram of model Adrianne Ho (300,000 followers). Rips (6,000 followers) transforms self-portraits Adrianne Ho posts online into expressive, highly distorted pictures. Ho’s carefully staged, posed and styled photos are digitally processed, then painted.

Louise Nevelson: “Collage and Assemblage” at Pace Gallery
January 24–February 28
534 West 25th Street
Pace presents an exhibition of Louise Nevelson’s rarely seen collages. the exhibition will present several works that have never been exhibited publicly. To accompany the exhibition, Pace will publish a catalogue featuring a new essay by Germano Celant.

SUNDAY

“Essex Street” at Essex Street
January 25–March 8
Opening: January 25, 6–8pm
114 Eldridge Street
Essex Street presents new works of Vern Blosum, Peter fend, Jason Loebs, Fred Lonidier, Park McArthur, Zak Prekop, Chadwick Rantanen, Cameron Rowland, and Valerie Snobeck.

Adrianne Hoand Valerie SnobeckAnthony BallardB20ABarry SenftCameron RowlandChadwick RantanenCullen Washington Jr.David AlbertsenDavina SemoDerrick Alexis CoardFountain GalleryFred LonidierGermano CelantJason LoebsJohn HiltunenLouise NevelsonMarlborough ChelseaMartin CohenMatthew HiggsOlivia SwiderOsvaldo CruzPark McArthurPeter FendPostmasterRawson ProjectsRay HamiltonRibordy ContemporaryRicco Maresca GalleryRocco FamaRyder RippsVern BlosumWhite ColumnsWhite Flag LibraryWhitewallWilliam TylerZak Prekop

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