This is the last chance to see “The Shlomo,” featuring 15 large-scale paintings and a number of studies by the Tel Aviv-born, Copenhagen-based artist Tal R. Each of these delicately wrought works, in bright colors and wispy brushstrokes, explore the artist’s experience of being an outsider transplanted from the Mideast to Scandinavia. Despite the carnivalesque tones of Raoul Dufy and sumptuous surfaces of Matisse, Tal R’s paintings convey a certain sense of melancholy and isolation.
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