Two late-spring exhibits at R & Company recontextualize the New York gallery’s vast roster of talents and historical expertise

Jun 14, 2019 290

BY: Adrian Madlener

New York powerhouse gallery R & Company is known for its ability to balance a historical and contemporary focus. Its expertise of the midcentury modern Brazilian period is matched by its mastery of Postmodern design from the late 1960s through to the early 1980s. The multi-venue gallery is also recognized for its diverse roster of contemporary talents; working in various mediums, applications, styles, and approaches.

Playing to its own strengths, the gallery has mounted two distinct group shows at its sprawling White Street location this spring. On view till June 19th, these two exhibitions reflect a clever curatorial vision: the decision to reframe, reassess, and recontextualize key works from the gallery’s boundless stores and to debut newly acquired pieces.

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