Spectrum

Lisson Gallery
504 W 24th Street
Appointments encouraged
New York
Chelsea
Jul 20th — Aug 27th

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Presented at Lisson Gallery, "Spectrum," as a group show, physically and conceptually centers on Tony Cragg's Spectrum (1983)—a landmark piece by the famed British sculptor that encompasses a color-coordinated arrangement of plastic detritus as a floor installation.

The result is a selection of work that spotlights the approaches of 17 artists—including Cragg as well as Sean Scully, Carmen Herrerra, and Anish Kapoor—as captured in their respective paintings, sculptures, and installations, to deriving or more fully expressing meaning through hue.

Carmen Herrera, Untitled Estructura (Blue), 1966/2016. Acrylic and aluminium, 40 x 70 x 3 1/4 inches.