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.

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