I have two shows opening this week: A�solo show�(S-105)�curated by Robert Yoder/SEASON at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair�and the Paris iteration of ��Deux C�t�s / Two Sides,� at�Galerie Jean Fournier.��This exhibition is the second�of a two-part collaboration, presented with �Theodore:Art�in Brooklyn. If you are in either neighborhood, I hope you will stop by and say hello. I’ll be at the opening in Paris on Thursday, December 1.
1. PULSE Contemporary Art Fair:�Considered one of the�must-see�art fairs in Miami this week, PULSE opens�on Thursday, December 1, with the�Private�Preview Brunch, 10am � 1pm, where over 75 local and international exhibitors will welcome VIP guests and press for first access to new works. �The fair runs�through Sunday, December 4th, 2016.�For more information on PULSE Miami Beach 2016 including hours, directions, please see the�Visitors�page. �Robert Yoder has selected paintings based on digital drawings I post on Instagram each morning.
2.�Deux C�t�s / Two Sides:�The opening reception is the evening of Thursday, December 1, 2016, and the show runs�January 14, 2017.
Gallerists Stephanie Theodore (Brooklyn) and Emilie Ovaere Corthay (Paris) noticed common preoccupations among�abstract painters in Paris and New York. They conceived a�two-part exhibition that demonstrates the similarities and differences on both�sides of the Atlantic.�In September, the first part of the exhibition was installed at Theodore:Art in Brooklyn, and for the second part, the Galerie Jean Fournier is welcoming work from the same American artists�(Eric Brown, Sharon Butler, Jack Davidson and Joyce Robins) in a dialogue with Fabienne Gaston-Dreyfus, Nicolas Guiet, Pierre Mabille, Peter Soriano and Claude Tetot–all�united by abstraction and color.
The approaches of these eight artists are of course unique, but are all underpinned by the idea of a simple geometry, without ostentation, absolutely undemonstrative. These artists are also united by the search for formal balance and a profound understanding of the constructive and expansive power of color.