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Paula Cooper Gallery, 524 W 26th St., New York; (212) 255-1105; www.paula­coop­er­; #pcg50 50 Years: An An­niver­sary A Ben­e­fit Ex­hi­bi­tion for March For Our Lives Oc­to­ber 10–No­vem­ber 3, 2018. Open­ing re­cep­tion Oc­to­ber 9, 6–8 PM Carl An­dre, Jo Baer, Robert Barry, Bill Bollinger, Dan Flavin, Robert Huot, Will Ins­ley, Don­ald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Man­gold, Robert Mur­ray, Doug Ohlson, Robert Ry­man.

Fran­cis M. Nau­mann Fine Art 24 W 57th Street, Ste. 305, NYC, 10019; (212) 582-3201; fran­cis­nau­; info@fran­cis­nau­;

Gray Foy Draw­ings 1941–1975 Sept. 14–Nov. 16, 2018 A land­mark re­dis­cov­ery of a mid­cen­tury Amer­i­can artist, the ex­hi­bi­tion pre­sents thirty-two draw­ings that sur­vey the range of the artist’s work— from Sur­re­al­ist sub­jects to in­tri­cate botan­i­cal com­po­si­tions.

Ac­com­pa­nied by a ma­jor mono­graph, cloth, 204 pages with 172 color il­lus­tra­tions. gray­foy­draw­

Alexan­dre Gallery, 724 Fifth Av­enue, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) 755-2828; alexan­; in­quiries@alexan­ Will Bar­net: Love Let­ters Paint­ings and Draw­ings Through No­vem­ber 24, 2018 On­line cat­a­logue with text by John Yau and in­tro­duc­tion by Chris Cros­man

Ly­man Al­lyn Art Mu­seum, 625 Wil­liams Street, New Lon­don, CT 06320; (860) 443-2545;­manal­ The Ly­man Al­lyn Art Mu­seum will open a new per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion on Oc­to­ber 21, 2018 ded­i­cated to the life and works of Amer­i­can artist and de­signer, Louis Com­fort Tif­fany, who was best known for his in­no­va­tive work with stained glass. The in­stal­la­tion will fea­ture three newly con­served stained glass win­dows, a range of fine and dec­o­ra­tive arts ob­jects, iconic Tif­fany lamps, favrile glass ves­sels, sil­ver, jew­elry, and works of art that have never be­fore been ex­hib­ited to the pub­lic.

NYU Kim­mel Gal­leries, 60 Wash­ing­ton Square South, 8th Floor Lounge, New York, NY 10001; (347)634-2938; kim­­­pus-re­sources/kim­mel-cen­ter/kim­mel-gal­leries.html; Re­flec­tions in Oil: Works by Bar­bara Braun. From Oct 4, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019. Open­ing re­cep­tion, Oc­to­ber 5, 5-8 PM. Hours: Mon–Sat 8 AM to 11 PM, Sun 12 PM to 10 PM. Braun, an art his­to­rian, au­thor and lit­er­ary agent, re­dis­cov­ered an early love of paint­ing eight years ago. Since then she has taken a va­ri­ety of cour­ses and work­shops, fo­cus­ing her work on abstract oil paint­ing, and has ex­hib­ited often in Wood­stock, NY, where she has a home. Her ba­sic in­cli­na­tion is to­ward ex­pres­sion­ist ab­strac­tion, in­cor­po­rat­ing fig­ures and el­e­ments from the hu­man and nat­u­ral worlds. She is also keenly aware of cur­rent events, and finds her­self drawn to abstract evo­ca­tions of the plight of refugees and of African-Amer­i­can men con­fronted by the po­lice. This is her New York de­but.

Wildlife Art, wes­t­en­dan­ Tiger paint­ing by Michael Banks. michael­; Con­tact: mike@wes­t­en­dan­

"Kanha, In­dia." 30"" x 24". Acrylic.

In­stal­la­tion view, Ben­e­fit For The Stu­dent Mo­bi­liza­tion Com­mit­tee To End The War in Viet­nam, Oc­to­ber 22–Oc­to­ber 31, 1968. Paula Cooper Gallery, 96–100 Prince Street, New York.

Dragon­fly Lamp, ca. 1906, Tif­fany Stu­dios, de­signed by Clara Driscoll. LAAM Mu­seum pur­chase, 2017.15

Will Bar­net, Now and Then, 1989-90, oil on can­vas, 53 1/4 x 45 inches

Bar­bara Braun, Rit­ual Dance, 2018, oil on can­vas, 18 x 24 inches

Gray Foy, Un­ti­tled [Fungi and Sprout­ing Botan­i­cal Forms] (de­tail), ca. 1970

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