A gorgeous, sunny day in Brooklyn screamed for a walking tour of Williamsburg galleries. Although most were unfortunately closed mid-holiday, one space delighted: the Holland Tunnel gallery consisted of a tiny, humble Dutch-style tool shed cum gallery and housed (believe it or not) a three person exhibition of Dutch (I think) artists, Susan Daboll, Bix Iye and Jan van der Ploeg. The work played with geometric abstraction and color using photographs, paintings and tiny sculptural objects, but it was the overall concept and execution that I found so charming. Next time you’re in Williamsburg, don’t miss it.

- Ella Delaney [Sunday, December 28th, 2003]


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