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Volume 77, Number 4 | June 27 - July 3, 2007


Cheryl Hazan35 N. Moore St., 212-343-8964, www.cherylhazan.com: PETAL FUSION II, A group show featuring works by Tom Brydelsky, Jaime Gil, Beatricia Sagar, Bill Stamios and others. Continues thru July 28.

The Drawing Center35 Wooster St., 212-219-2166, www.drawingcenter.org: WILLIAM ANASTASI: RAW, The artist will recreate seminal site-specific works dating from the mid-1960s. Continues thru July 21. GEGO, BETWEEN TRANSPARENCY & THE INVISIBLE, Explores the relationship between light & line in the work of German born, Venezuelan artist Gego. Continues thru July 21.

Franklin 54 Gallery181 Christopher St., bet Washington & West Side Highway, 212-627-8690, www.artnet.com/franklin54.html: LOUIS KUNSCH, Ink & watercolor work on paper. Thru June 30.

Go Fish Gallery675 Hudson St., #4N, 212-925-1111, www.gofishgallery.com: WE FIGHT, BUT FIRST, WE DANCE, View works by native New Yorker Kenneth Rivero whose style is rooted in both American and Latin American artistic traditions. Thru Aug. 2.

Grey art GalleryNYU, 100 Washington Square East, 212-998-6780, www.nyu.edu/greyart: BEYOND THE WHITE CUBE, A retrospective of work by conceptual artist Brian O’Doherty. Thru July 14.

Le Petit Versailles346 E. Houston St., bet Aves B & C., 212-529-8815, www.lpvtv.blogspot.com, petitversailles@earthlink.net: VARIATIONS ON A RAINBOW, View works by various artists including Adrian Saich, Leslie Lowe, and more. Continues thru June 30, Wed.& Sat. from 2-7pm or by appointment.

Punch & Judy26 Clinton St., 212-696-7432: PHOTOS BY JORDANNA KALMAN, Continues thru Aug. 11. Part of Raandesk Gallery of Art, a virtual art gallery featuring emerging artists from across the country at www.raandeskgallery.com.

Rubin Museum of Art150 W. 17th St.: ILLUMINATION, Black and white photographs by American Lynn Davis. The artist travels the globe in search of the world’s most exalted sites and captures the essence of the subjects in her photographs. Thru July 16. WUTAISHAN - Pilgrimage to Five Peak Mountain, Explore the mountain’s importance throughout the Buddhist world. Thru October 16. MISSING PEACE: Artist consider the Dalai Lama, Features artistic interpretations of the Dalai Lama by over 80 contemporary artists from around the world. View paintings, sculpture, installations and video works. Thru Sept. 3.

Salmagundi Club47 5th Ave., bet 11 & 12 Sts., 212-255-7740, www.salmagundi.org: COLLAGE, MONTAGE, COMPOSITING ASSEMBLAGE MEMBERS’ EXHIBITION, The first-ever Salmagundi Club exhibition of collage, montage and assemblage featuring works by 15 club members. Thru June 30.

Street Art Photography ExhibitBloomingdale’s Soho’s new photography exhibition featuring the work of NYC native Charlene Weisler whose photography chronicles the ever-changing urban landscape of NYC street art. Thru June 30 during regular store hours. BLOOMINGDALE’S SOHO, 504 Broadway, bet Spring & Broome Sts., fourth floor. 212-729-5900. www.charleneweisler.com. Free.

Synchronicity Fine Arts106 W. 13th St., bet 6th & 7th Aves., 646-230-8199, www.henryjosephphotography.com: N.Y.C PEOPLE PLACES THINGS, Photographs by Henry Joseph. Thru June 30.

Westbeth Gallery55 Bethune at West St., 212-989-4650, www.westbeth.org:  THREE ONE PERSON SHOWS, A retrospective of paintings by Jean Promutico, Recent Photographs by John Whittaker, and Intimate Paintings and Canvas Constructions by Carmen Promutico. Continues thru July 15.

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