Five galleries worth visiting this spring

Scope work by blue-chip artists at Sperone Westwater and surrealist goodies at Frosch & Portman.

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  • Photograph: Courtesy of Brennan & Griffin

    Spaghetti by Kristin Calabrese, 2010

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Brennan & Griffin

    Don't Go Down Booze Alley by Kristin Calabrese, 2010

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Brennan & Griffin

    Big Funky Chicken by Kristin Calabrese, 2010

Photograph: Courtesy of Brennan & Griffin

Spaghetti by Kristin Calabrese, 2010


Brennan & Griffin
Since opening last year, Brennan & Griffin gallery has offered a tasty mix of West Coast and local artists across a variety of genres, from painting and photography to video installation and sound sculpture. This spring brings shows by Angeleno Kristin Calabrese (Apr 10–May 7), an artist-curator known for her oil-on-canvas renderings of homeless people and abject, abandoned interiors; and veteran '90s painter Mary Weatherford (May 15–June 19), whose work is a compelling if unlikely mix of New York School Abstraction, left-coast mysticism and seaside souvenir kitsch. 120 East Broadway between Pike and Rutgers Sts, sixth floor (212-227-0115, brennangriffin.com). Wed–Sun noon–6pm.

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