Robert Swain Exhibition at 375 Hudson Street

I am proud to have co-curated "Robert Swain: Syntax", which was installed last weekend in the large atrium at 375 Hudson Street.  Swain, one of the foremost color theorists at work today has been a practicing artist since the 1960s and is known for his large-scale paintings which explore and explicate his findings.  He has created six large-scale works specifically for the space.  A color brochure with an essay by Matthew Deleget, founder of MINUS Space in Dumbo accompanies the show; my co-curator is Lenore Goldberg of Hines Management, who sponsored the exhibition along with Hudson Square Properties, LLC.  An opening reception will be held at 375 Hudson (just below Houston in west SoHo) on Tuesday, May 22 from 5 - 7 PM.  I have organized a panel discussion on June 5th, starting at 5:30 PM about the work, which will feature critic Donald Kuspit and curator Tricia Bloom of the Newark Museum, moderated by Matthew Deleget. 

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