The far-flung Chelsea corner that had been the Getty Gas Station is now home to Lehmann Maupin’s second New York gallery. Designed by Peter Marino Architect, as are the forthcoming Hill Art Foundation and luxury apartments above it, the 9,000-square-foot space bowed with “Liza Lou: Classification and Nomenclature of Clouds.” The exhibition, the sculptor’s first in the city in a decade, is so comprehensive, it extends to the original gallery two blocks south, where the 22-inch-tall Primary, woven by South African artisans of colored glass beads, is on view through October 27.
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