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Julia Schwartz interviews painter Jennifer Wynne Reeves about her work and practice.
Joanne Mattera provides an in-depth look at (mostly) abstract painting shows in Chelsea including: Stephen Antonakos: Pillows 1962-63 at Lori Bookstein Fine Art (through March 6), Mara Held at Gary Snyder Gallery, Matthew Weinstein: The Celestial Sea at Sonnabend Gallery, Todd Kelly: My Own Personal Rebus at Asya Geisberg Gallery (through March 9), Peter Wayne Lewis: Paintings from Middle Earth Part IV at Skoto Gallery, Josette Urso: Snow Day at Markel Fine Art (through March 9), Jered Sprecher: I Always Lie at Jeff Bailey Gallery (through March 23), Douglas Witmer: All Kinds of Ways to Your Garden at Blank Space, Brett Baker: Paintings at Elizabeth Harris Gallery, Jennifer Wynne Reeves: The Worms in the Walls at Mondrian's House at Bravin Lee Programs (through March 23), Larry Poons: New Paintings at Danese/Loretta Howard Gallery, Shinique Smith: Bold as Love at James Cohan Gallery (through March 16).
Elisabeth Condon photoblogs current and recent exhibitions on view in Chelsea: Trenton Doyle Hancock: ...And Then It All Came Back To Me at James Cohan Gallery (closed Dec 22), Keltie Ferris at Mitchell, Inness & Nash (through January 12), Barnaby Furnas: If Fishes Were Fishes at Marianne Boesky Gallery (through January 9), David Humphrey: New Paintings at Fredrick and Freiser (through January 19), Stephen Mueller: Selected Works 2007 - 2011 at Lennon, Weinberg (closed Dec 22), works by Jennifer Wynne Reeves at Stux group show, Annie Attridge: Wanderlust at Asya Geisberg Gallery (thorugh Jan 26), and Al Loving: Torn Canvas at Gary Snyder Gallery (through Dec 29).
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