Great new body of work up at 303 Gallery. Really liked the reverse process of using scraps of older canvases and building the stretchers to fit them. Like paintings in reverse. The graphite titles on the side were also a cool direction. www.303gallery.com/index.php?exhid=167&p=images
going to catch it this week. His show earlier this year at The Kitchen had the canvas remnant works in addition to 'type 2' silver works(with the different process). Besides that, it was an absolutely fantastic show. Really outstanding.
That was a big surprise to me, as I was expecting to be blown away by one of the much rarer, large-scale(84"x60") ones in the evening sale. That one is good, but wow the day-sale one. The way the silver coating adhered left it looking, at the same time, hard, liquid, and amazingly reflective while remaining 'painterly' as opposed to simply a mirror.
This is the type of work that could make a Kassay doubter say, "damn, now I get it."