Allan D’Arcangelo played lightly with Pop’s emotional hardness and irony. His imagery was always imbued with a gentle affection for the modern American landscape and imagination. “Without Sound: 1974–1982,” the first exhibition of D’Arcangelo’s works in nearly a decade, features nine paintings—some never before seen—that appear to be a deft amalgamation of the Hudson River School, Kazimir Malevich, and Hanna-Barbera.

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