Patsy Krebs: Interlocking (Red/Black/Ivory) 1992, acrylic on canvas
David Richard Gallery, 1570-A1 Pacheco St., 505-983-9555 The gallery’s survey of the artists from New York’s precedentsetting Park Place Gallery continues through March 25 in the exhibit Park Place Gallery: Founders and Friends, Then and Now. Founded in 1963, Park Place Gallery was among the earliest artist cooperatives in New York. The artists explored nonfigurative and geometric abstraction, Hard-edge painting, and large-scale works rooted in concepts related to perception and spatial relationships. The show includes works by founding members Dean Fleming, Edwin Ruda, and Leo Valledor as well as works by Park Place contemporaries Patsy Krebs, Linda Fleming, Robert Swain, and others.