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The Week in Pictures

A Tribute to Art Dealer Holly Solomon, Emilio Perez at Galerie Lelong, & More

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"Hooray for Hollywood" at Mixed Greens and Pavel Zoubok Gallery
"Hooray for Hollywood" at Mixed Greens and Pavel Zoubok Gallery
Another scene from the Mixed Greens section of the show
Another scene from the Mixed Greens section of the show
Little finger-sized Corinthian helmets, of the type worn during the Trojan War, at Mixed Greens
Little finger-sized Corinthian helmets, of the type worn during the Trojan War, at Mixed Greens
A mosaic-ed potty at Pavel Zoubok Gallery
A mosaic-ed potty at Pavel Zoubok Gallery
More from "Hooray for Hollywood"
More from "Hooray for Hollywood"
The Emilio Perez opening at Galerie Lelong
The Emilio Perez opening at Galerie Lelong
Viewers admiring an Emilio Perez painting
Viewers admiring an Emilio Perez painting
G.T. Pellizzi's opening at Mary Boone
G.T. Pellizzi's opening at Mary Boone
The line for the Larry Clark photo sale at Home Alone 2, Leo Fitzpatric and Nate Lowman's new gallery space
The line for the Larry Clark photo sale at Home Alone 2, Leo Fitzpatric and Nate Lowman's new gallery space
Photographs from Andrea Tese's new show at De Buck Gallery.
Photographs from Andrea Tese's new show at De Buck Gallery.
Tese's images document items she found in her grandfather's house after his death.
Tese's images document items she found in her grandfather's house after his death.
An installation view of Jason Dodge's new show at Casey Kaplan, "We Are the Meeting"
An installation view of Jason Dodge's new show at Casey Kaplan, "We Are the Meeting"
<em>Carrier</em> (2013) by Jason Dodge
Carrier (2013) by Jason Dodge
An untitled work from Tony Feher's show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., titled  "Encore" in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the artist's first show at Brent Sikkema's gallery.
An untitled work from Tony Feher's show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., titled "Encore" in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the artist's first show at Brent Sikkema's gallery.
Feher's <em>Hey Neil, Let's Talk</em> (2013)
Feher's Hey Neil, Let's Talk (2013)
<em>Parlour Trix</em> (2013) by Tony Feher
Parlour Trix (2013) by Tony Feher
Carolina Nitsch's second show of work by Matthew Weinstein features drawings and paintings made on library cards.
Carolina Nitsch's second show of work by Matthew Weinstein features drawings and paintings made on library cards.
Fish have been a frequent motif in Weinstein's work through the years.
Fish have been a frequent motif in Weinstein's work through the years.

Believe it or not, the 2014 art season is already upon us. To launch the new year, galleries across Chelsea hosted crowds who congregated around the visual hearths of art, glad to escape the Polar Vortex. Mixed Greens and Pavel Zoubok Gallery took the slow season as an opportunity to present a vivifying tribute to the late art dealer, collector, and Warhol muse Holly Solomon, containing exceptional pieces by the artists she championed, like Nam June Paik, Mary Heilmann, and William Wegman. Galerie Lelong debuted new work by the artist Emilio Perez, De Buck Gallery opened a show of photos by Andrea Tese, and Casey Kaplan presented new work by conceptual artist Jason Dodge. Continuing shows include Tony Feher's celebrated return to Sikkema Jenkins & Co. and Matthews Weinstein's vibrant drawings at Carolina Nitsch

To see photos from the week's openings, scroll through the slide show above.

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