Suspended about halfway up Lehmann Maupin’s double-height Chrystie Street gallery, parallel to the floor, is Teresita Fernandez’s planar installation of translucent polycarbonate tubes, ranging in color from grays to pinks to blacks, filtering natural light to approximate the colors of the aurora borealis. Upstairs is a series of prints of the night sky, each perforated with its title hole punched in braille.
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