Recent drawings and paintings by Harriet Korman, Fine Arts, will be on view in a solo show titled Permeable/Resistant at Thomas Erben Gallery in Chelsea. According to the gallery, this exhibition “continues her celebrated engagement with color, geometry, the picture plane, paint, and her handling of it. With such interests, Korman has frequently been cited as a champion of geometric abstraction or cast as a colorist: roles she has subtly sidestepped for decades. Countering an understanding of her work that can often be too programmatic, this new series steers towards her work’s ability to surprise. Permeable/Resistant captures Korman where she often works: challenging and disrupting first impressions.”
The exhibition will be on view November 1 through December 21, with an opening reception held Thursday, November 1 from 6 to 8:30. Korman will deliver a talk about her work at the gallery on Saturday, November 17, at 4 pm. The gallery is located at 526 W. 26th St., Fourth Floor, in Manhattan.
For more information, contact Korman, (212) 217-5879.