This weekend is your last chance to see Amy Feldman’s four large gray-and-white paintings, currently crowding into Blackston’s small LES space. The Brooklyn-based artist’s playfully messy acrylics call to mind fellow abstractionists Frank Stella (chevron shapes) and Mary Heilmann (visible paint drips).
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