Wolf Kahn’s Work Hits the City

Wolf Kahn’s breathtaking, colorful landscapes hang in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), but the German-born painter’s next gallery show, Color & Consequence, will be a lot more intimate. It opened at the Ameringer McEnery Yohe gallery on June 2. Roughly 20 works, including Green, Pink + Yellow, the oil-on-linen shown here, are on display, and prices range from $25,000–$150,000. Color & Consequence continues through July 16. (212.445.0051, www.amy-nyc.com)

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