Next Tuesday, November 27 at the Drawing Center, New York-based artist Inka Essenhigh will lead a walkthrough of the exhibition Jennifer Wynne Reeves: All Right for Now. This is part of the Drawing Center’s series The Artist’s Eye, in which an artist who has previously exhibited at the museum shares their perspective on a current exhibition. Essenhigh currently has an installation Manhattanhenge, on view at the Drawing Center through summer 2019.
Jennifer Wynne Reeves: All Right for Now “presents a long overdue consideration of Reeves’s unique contribution to the dialogue between representation and abstraction that has preoccupied recent art,” according to the event page. Essenhigh will lead the walkthrough, joined by artist and critic Matthew Weinstein, who contributed to the exhibition catalogue.
Tickets to the event are $5 and can be purchased here.
When: Tuesday, November 27, 6:30 pm
Where: The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street, Soho, Manhattan
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