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Published on Jan 2, 2012
Opening on New Years Day January 1, 2012, the newly rechristened Storefront Bushwick Gallery presents an exhibition of works by three male painters with strong commitments to abstract composition and luscious color senses. Gary Petersen is known for his severe and angular abstractions. Their rigor is subverted by their sensual palette and whimsical quirks of design. Halsey Hathaway creates curving formats reminiscent of Art Nouveau and early Modernism that resonate with the saturated color of dyed and stained fabric. In the Project Room, a select group of recent small paintings by Rob de Oude seem to weave the artist's brushstrokes into vibrating networks of radiant forms. This program includes brief comments from all three painters, and an introduction from Deborah Brown.