Art In America

Pablo Jansana, Evan Nesbit and Letha Wilson

at Eleven Rivington,
195 Chrystie St.

Eleven Rivington's summer schedule includes two group shows-work by three late abstractionists at the gallery's Rivington Street Space (Moira Dryer, Elizabeth Murray and Alan Shields) and, to balance it out, mixed-medium works by three emerging artists around the corner on Chrystie Street. Letha Wilson is probably the best known of the group; her photo-sculpture hybrids incorporate landscape snapshots and concrete, the outcome resembling a geological cross-section. Evan Nesbit's large-scale paintings seemingly vibrate off the wall, their nubby surface texture achieved by forcing brightly colored acrylic paint through stretched burlap. Rounding out the show are Chilean-born Pablo Jansana's crisply geometric photo, wood and aluminum compositions.

More from the Lookout

Frank Heath

at Simone Subal,
through Oct. 26
131 Bowery, 2nd Floor

Andy Coolquitt

at Lisa Cooley,
through Oct. 19
107 Norfolk St.

Closing

“Future Feminism”

at The Hole NYC,
through Sept. 27
312 Bowery

Anissa Mack

at Laurel Gitlen,
through Oct. 19
122 Norfolk St.

Gordon Hall

at Foxy Production,
through Oct. 4
637 W. 27th St.

Closing

“Here and Elsewhere”

at New Museum,
through Sept. 28
235 Bowery

Danh Vo

at Public Art Fund,
through Dec. 5
Brooklyn Bridge Park and City Hall Park

Submit your e-mail to receive insider information from the art world every week.