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The True Form
Franklin Parrasch Gallery is pleased to announce The True Form, an exhibition of works by Peter Alexander (1939), Larry Bell (1939), Jake Berthot (1939-2015), Ron Cooper (1943), Helen Pashgian (1934), Edda Renouf (1943), G. William Webb (1987), and Christopher Wilmarth (1943-1987). The True Form, so titled after a 2007 Ken Price work, comprises a selection of painting and sculpture; this grouping of works illustrates, across media and a variety of conceptual intents, each artist’s drive to establish a pure articulation of their works’ most essential components.
The True Form will be on view at Franklin Parrasch Gallery, 53 East 64 Street, New York, NY 10065, from July 14-August 14, 2015. Gallery hours are 10a-6p, Monday through Friday. The gallery will be closed Monday July 13. For further information, please contact the gallery during business hours at 212-246-5360, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.