Larry Poons’s first ambition was to be a musician and composer, and each of the works in this two-gallery show of 14 large new abstract paintings is filled with a sense of rhythmic pulse and symphonic crescendo. Poons is at his best here in works such as The Venetian (2012) and The Flying Blue Cat (2011), where his consummate union of color, texture and gesture suggest graceful movement plus a new and unfathomable spatial depth.
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