Time Out says
Posted: Wed Feb 13 2013
Continuing its rapid expansion, David Zwirner has opened this five-story, purpose-built exhibition venue in Chelsea, as a project space for historical works from the past 40 years.
David Zwirner 537 W 20th St
New York City
What's on at David Zwirner
Zwirner presents a selection of paintings by veteran minimal abstractionist Bishop in his first New York solo show since 1987. The works span the 1960s to the 1980s, and demonstrate his unique poetry of light, scale and form.
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