Blinky Palermo

on view - through June 30, 2014

<p>Blinky Palermo. Installation view at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries. <br>
Photo: Bill Jacobson.</p>

Blinky Palermo. Installation view at Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries.
Photo: Bill Jacobson.

 
 
 

This reinstallation of the Palermo galleries centers on Times of the Day I–VI (1974–76), a six-part series comprising 24 individual paintings, which the artist began two years after relocating to New York City and taking up painting on aluminum panels. The paintings were executed on square panels divided into three horizontal bands painted with vibrant and saturated colors. The chromatic juxtapositions, organized in a sequence ranging from bright to opaque hues, allude to the shift of light as the day progresses from sunrise to noon and from sunset to dusk. The fore gallery leading into Times of the Day I–VI features Untitled (Totem) (1964–67) and Winkel rot-WeiƟ (Angle Red-White) (1965), two works from Dia's collection on view for the first time at Dia:Beacon.

 

Past Events and Public Programs

Dia:Chelsea
Artists on Artists Lecture Series
Luis Camnitzer on Blinky Palermo
Monday, February 15, 2010, 6:30pm

 

Dia:Beacon
Gallery Talks
Barbara Schroeder on Blinky Palermo
December 15, 2007

 
 
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