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Gilles Heno-Coe

Gilles Heno-Coe is an art historian, writer, and independent curator based in New York City, where he works part-time for the Tony Smith Foundation. He is currently a PhD candidate in art history at The University of Texas at Austin, studying under Richard Shiff.

Joseph Holtzman: Six Recent Paintings

Holtzman finds an excellent collaborator in Sam Parker, whose refreshingly visionary approach shares the painter’s energy and tongue-in-cheek humor, qualities that are often lacking in the woefully conventional and overly-serious New York art scene. Holtzman’s first solo exhibition on the East Coast, much like his installation at the Hammer Museum in 2014, features an all-encompassing environment of color and pattern, visually situated somewhere between Biedermeier, Arts and Crafts, De Stijl, and 1980s Pattern and Decoration. This campy atmosphere of celebratory excess serves as the perfect backdrop for his recent oil on marble paintings.

Matt Kleberg: Trespassing

Matt Kleberg: Trespassing is the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York City in over two years and includes hundreds of new drawings, as well as five new knockout oil-stick paintings on canvas.

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