Around The Corner

Gary Stephan’s “The Spine of the Book” (2012, a/c on canvas, 48 x 40 inches).

Last December, Christopher D’Amelio and Lucien Terras dissolved their longstanding partnership in the acclaimed Chelsea gallery D’Amelio Terras.
Since then, D’Amelio has taken over their formerly shared West 22nd Street space — while Terras has launched a private artist agency, focusing on special projects. The latter now includes an outstanding assemblage of works by four acclaimed Tribeca-based artists: Hermine Ford, Joanne Greenbaum, Paul Pagk and Gary Stephan. Equipped with an impeccable eye for innovative contemporary abstract art, Terras’ new program promises to be worth watching.
Open through Dec. 9 (143 Reade St., btw. Greenwich & Hudson Sts.), by appointment only. Call 917-517-4929 or visit lucienterras.com.

Open through Dec. 9
By appointment only
At 143 Reade St.
(btw. Greenwich & Hudson Sts.)
Call 917-517-4929
or visit lucienterras.com

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