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A Few Gallery Shows To Catch Before They Close Today

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A few gallery shows will be closing today in the Lower East Side, so catch them while you can. The first show, “Wuv is the Waw” by Charles Irvin closes at Art Since The Summer of ’69 Gallery (195 Chrystie). The bright and vivacious drawings reflect on the quote “Love is the Law, Love under will,” by Aleister Crowley, an influential occultist and ceremonial magician born in 1875.

Rachel Uffner Gallery  (47 Orchard) is closing the show “Shapeshifters” as well today, which features artist Sam Moyer. This show is highly recommended, and features pieces that were created by dipping unraveled IKEA rugs in black encaustic. Moyer was born in Chicago and went to Yale School of Art.

Another show closing, “Citizen” by  Cliff Evans, is at The Stephan Stoyanov Gallery (29 Orchard). Evans is from Australia, and  was one of Artforum‘s top ten artists in 2006. His main piece in this show is a photo-montage comprised of images and videos found solely on the internet.

Finally,  a group show, “Alpha &”, at On Stellar Rays Gallery (131 Orchard) is also closing. The handcrafted and variously constructed pieces in the show all deal thematically with the body. This show was described as bold, silent and magical in an article written by  Artslant.

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