As part of the new presentation from NYC’s Mucciaccia Gallery, Frank Holliday’s SEE/SAW welcomes the audience to transport themselves into another dimension.

The 28-piece exhibition is a perfect survey of Holliday’s use of color, texture, and light. With elaborate and theatrical brushstrokes, Frank created gestural paintings that fit the neo-expressionist style much practiced during the 70s and the 80s, when he worked closely with Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and other associates of the East Village art scene.

For all lovers of New York City’s 20th-century art canon, SEE/SAW is promised to impress. The exhibition runs from February 28 to April 25.

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