There's a stunning show up at Trestle Gallery this month. I don't normally like to start a review with a compliment, but the color of this show deserves the comment. Véronique Gambier's Exposed Square is her second solo show here at Trestle Gallery, and similar to the first, her work speaks volumes about her investigations in color and brushwork. I had the lucky opportunity to see Véronique in her studio a few weeks prior to the opening, and seeing her many works of art was incredibly exciting. Her square like formations resemble frames that allude to notions of looking out or looking within, which creates a subtle yet engaging subtext for the visual dichotomy between work that lays deep into the wall and works that float above it. This show is up until October 3rd.
168 7th St. 3rd Fl.
Brooklyn NY 11215