Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery and Vertigo Art Space in this week's review, taking in two group shows. The work at Robischon focuses on six artists and an artist pair, all of whom are working in some way that is related to conceptual abstraction. The show at Vertigo is a bit more compact, but also focuses on a similar theme.
Continue reading for photos from both exhibits.
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