On View: Julio Reyes at Arcadia Contemporary, NYC

by Matthew Innis |

In Woodcutter – a new painting by Julio Reyes (b. 1982) which officially goes on view Thursday at New York City’s Arcadia Contemporary Gallery – astute observers will recognize in the artist’s choice of medium and in certain borrowed iconography, allusions to the great American painter, Andrew Wyeth.  But more than merely a nod to that…

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