A fine selection of brilliant geometric abstract paintings by the Brazilian artist Luiz Zerbini is currently on view at Sikkema Jenkins. The works are stripped of the meandering plants and urban imagery of Zerbini’s earlier works but instead fuse the pictorial language of Neo concretism with the colourful optimism of Roberto Burle Marx and the kaleidoscopic imagery of Beatriz Milhazes. They culminate in the monumental abstracted cityscape “Macaé”, after a neighborhood of Zerbini’s hometown of Rio de Janerio. At Sikkema Jenkins through October 13.