An Explosion of Color at The Suzanne Geiss Company

An Explosion of Color at The Suzanne Geiss Company

Have you ever had one of those days where you definitively say to yourself “after work, I’m just going to go home and veg out—maybe do some couch surfing or read that novel I’ve been meaning to get to”? Well, that happened to me this past week, so of course, neither of those things happened. What did my planned night of nothingness actually turn into? A culturally inspired jaunt around lower Manhattan, which included stops at three art openings and a friend’s film screening at the Tribeca Screening Room. One of the galleries I visited, and in my opinion the most impressive, was The Suzanne Geiss Company in SoHo, which is currently showing colorful works by assume vivid astro focus, a group comprised of artists Eli Sudbrack and Christophe Hamaide-Pierson. For their current show, adderall valium ativan focalin (cantilevering me), the pair blends geometric abstraction and transgender imagery in paintings (mainly using a palette of primary colors) that challenge social and sexual norms. These works hang on top of a bright mural by the artists, which, in my opinion, makes the viewer feel as if they’ve been placed right in the middle of a colorful graphic novel. The show is on view thru June 21. For more information, click here. 

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