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Opens Tomorrow, Apr 25, 6-9p:

Jackie and Judy
 Jeremy Willis

Allegra LaViola Gallery, 179 East Broadway, NYC

The title comes from a pair of Ramones songs describing the adventures of two wayward girls. The paintings draw as much from the exuberance of the music as from the description of these fictional heroines. The images play out like a series of vignettes, concerning women engulfed by music, art, sex, substance and ambition in the context of America’s antic celebrity culture. - thru June 1

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Opens Tomorrow, Apr 26, 6-8p:

Domenico Gnoli : Paintings 1964-1969

Luxembourg & Dayan Gallery, 64 E.77th St., NYC

The exhibition brings together 18 of Gnoli’s late paintings, which will fill the gallery’s townhouse. His meditations on the material trappings of bourgeois Italian life directly challenged the politically charged discourse proffered by artists of the then burgeoning Arte Povera movement by suggesting that identity is constructed primarily around consumerism and commercial choices.  Supra-realistic, subtly colored, luminous and large, his paintings suggest that subjectivity can be expressed through the width of a pinstripe, or that the social values of an entire decade can be located in a
lady’s leather handbag.  - thru June 30

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Opens Tonight, Apr 25, 6-8p:

Dotting the i’s & Crossing the t’s
 Robert Irwin

Pace Gallery, 32 E.57th St., NYC

The exhibition will feature a new site-conditioned installation that incorporates the gallery windows  overlooking 57th Street, altering the viewers’ orientation. This will be the first of a two-part exhibition exploring the seminal themes that have defined Irwin’s career: condition, experience, perception, and light. Part II of the exhibition will be presented in September at The Pace Gallery’s Chelsea location - thru June 23



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