“Aspects of Abstraction”, a rewarding group show currently on view at Lisson Gallery brings together four superb but vexingly underrated colorists. Marina Adams’ masterly paintings and gouaches fuse uncomplicated, supple biomorphic forms with sophisticated color compositions of burnt orange, brilliant aqua blues and soothing olive greens. Paul Feeley’s alluring watercolors follow along the same lines with a less dramatic but equally refined effect. Crisp and energetic, Joanna Pousette-Dart’s imbricating lines morph into bulbous forms that expertly play with light in soft color compositions of vanilla, pale blues and earthy browns. Bold, Mondrian-like yellows, blues and reds define the geometric color compositions of the late minimalist Leon Polk Smith whose riveting shaped canvas “Constellation C” from 1969 is the undisputed showstopper of this exhibition. At Lisson through August 11.