"George Hofmann: More Than A Feeling," at David Richard, 211 East 121st Street, Manhattan, February 1 through 28. Opening reception, February 1, 3 to7 pm. Gallery hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10 to 6; Sunday, 12 to 6.
"The Fullness of Color: 1960s Painting," at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, though August 2. Nine colorful abstractions, including one each by Kenneth Noland, Morris Louis, Jules Olitski & Helen Frankenthaler.
"Globalism Pops BACK into View: The Rise of Abstract Expressionism," at Michael Rosenfeld, 100 Eleventh Avenue, Chelsea (corner of 19th Street), through January 25. Ab-ex still in bud, not yet in bloom, semi-abstract mostly but what talent & energy those youngsters (Pollock, Rothko, Gottlieb etc.) had!
"Larry Poons: "First Thought, Best Thought:" The Particle Paintings, 1996-2002" at Yares Art, New York, 745 Fifth Avenue, through February 15.
"James Walsh: The Elemental," at Berry Campbell, 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, through February 8.
"Radical Arts of Beholding," about 30 paintings by Francine Tint, Harden Center for the Cultural Arts, Gadsden, AL, February 14 to April 14; and Carnegie Visual Arts Center, Decatur, AL, May 19 to June 27.