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Peter Reginato’s Summer Shows

by LINEA STAFF | August 8, 2018

A photograph of one of Peter Reginato’s sculptures on the grounds of Susan Meisel’s Sagaponack home appeared in a recent New York Post article by Michael Kaplan, “Outdoor Sculptures Are the Ultimate Luxury for NY Art Collectors.[1]” Reginato is currently exhibiting in a group show at Findlay Galleries, Interruption: Abstractionism in Color[2], which also includes work by fellow instructor Ronnie Landfield. New Criterion listed Reginato’s solo show at Westbeth Gallery as a weekly recommendation[3] in their “Critics Notebook.” Peter talks about this exhibition, Peter Reginato: Day to Night, in a short video by Bill Page[4] and a longer video, below, by Duochrome Films.

Endnotes:
  1. Outdoor Sculptures Are the Ultimate Luxury for NY Art Collectors.: https://nypost.com/2018/08/05/outdoor-sculptures-are-the-ultimate-luxury-for-ny-art-collectors/
  2. Interruption: Abstractionism in Color: https://www.findlaygalleries.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/2018.07.01-NY-Interruption-Exhibition-E-Catalog.pdf
  3. weekly recommendation: https://mailchi.mp/newcriterion.com/the-critics-notebook-ornamented-streets-a-full-cycle-of-suites-769093?e=54919b6203
  4. short video by Bill Page: https://www.facebook.com/peter.reginato/videos/pcb.10160570086090324/10160570061185324/?type=3&theater