On view now, “David Reed: Vice and Reflection – An Old Painting, New Paintings and Animations” features a new series of paintings by the New York-based artist. The project, which showcases the artist’s large brushstrokes and diverse paint placements in vibrant color configurations, offers a fresh look at Reed’s complex and layered process. Reed has experimented with methods of painterly abstraction for more than five decades, pushing and expanding material limits, forms, and references. His gestural marks are often shown partially fragmented, as if the brushstrokes are elements of collage that have been cut and placed in disjunctive ways. Since the 1970s, Reed’s works have drawn upon and critiqued the legacies of Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Conceptual art, while continually responding to new forms of image making taken from cinema, television, and digital media.