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Events

"James Walsh," at Berry Campbell, 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, January 9 to February 8, 2020. Opening reception, January 9, 6 to 8.

"Radical Arts of Beholding," paintings by Francine Tint, Alabama Contemporary Art Center, Mobile, AL, November 8, 2019 to January 3, 2020; Harden Center for the Cultural Arts, Gadsden, AL, February 14 to April 14, 2020; and Carnegie Visual Arts Center, Decatur, AL, May 19 to June 27, 2020.

"Larry Zox," at Berry-Campbell, 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, November 14 to December 20.  Reception, November 14, 6 to 8.

"Friedel Dzubas: Affective Color," at Yares Art, 745 Fifth Avenue, through November 2. Exhibition timed to coincide with publication of Friedel Dzubas, the first scholarly monograph on the artist by Patricia L Lewy, preface by Michael Fried (Skira editore, S. p. A.) Not yet available in stores, though already listed online. (NB: This is the definitive 2019 edition, not to be confused with a 2017 edition, which has typos & some poor images.)  Additional work by Dzubas and other artists is also displayed in the gallery's new expanded space (formerly the uptown branch of the Mary Boone gallery, just across the elevator bank on the same floor).

"Dan Christensen: Early Spray Paintings (1960s)," at Berry Campbell, 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, through November 9.

"Peter Bradley: New Work," at Oyster Point Gallery in Oyster Point Hotel, 146 Bodman Place, Red Bank NJ, through November 3.  

"John Adams Griefen: New Paintings" at Galerie Born Berlin, Potsdamer Strasse 58, Berlin, through October 26.

"Abstract Climates: Helen Frankenthaler in Provincetown," at the Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, Long Island, through October 27.  Expanded version of exhibition shown last summer at the Provincetown Art Association: work done while artist was in Provincetown, first during the summer of 1950 when she was studying with Hans Hofmann, then from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, when she was married to Robert Motherwell and summering with him there.