They’re from the late ’90s, but Bob Zoell’s crisply painted enamel-on-metal works look surprisingly fresh. The flat, wall-hung boxes are poppy electric blue or orange with a few black or white “redacted”-like strips. The jarring colors pair nicely with Wyatt Kahn’s pseudo-monochromatic constructions made by layering canvases-a colored sheet covered by a white one-and then cutting them up and refitting the pieces together like a puzzle, the visible seams creating a palpable tension in each fractured composition.
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