I've got two more Summer Solo posts waiting in the wings, but here I want to show your some images from the splendid show Color as Structure, which is on view at McKenzie Fine Art on the Lower East Side through Saturday, August 2.
While all of the works are strong individually and offer a cogent visual narrative as installed, I found myself drawn to the conversations between and among certain works. For instance, the linear dimensionality of Jason Karolak's architectural compositions offer an airy counterpoint to Deborah Zlotsky's weighty shapes inhabiting a similar pictorial space (scroll to see her work).
Image from the gallery website
There's more, which you'll will see as you scroll--or, better, if you get to the gallery to see for yourself.
You can see additional installation views of the exhibition, as well as individual views of each work and information about them here