The Paula Cooper gallery in Chelsea is known for showing minimalist and conceptual art. Inside the industrial, chalk-blue building, a large open space is filled with white walls, a light grey floor, and a flood of natural light from the skylight and high ceilings. Changing exhibitions include artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Wilson, while the gallery represents artists such as Sol LeWitt, with his geometric wall drawings, and neon-artist Dan Flavin. Paula Cooper also hosts concerts, music symposiums, poetry readings, book receptions, and dance performances.
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