An accolade to color and shape. Nine of Tom Wesselmann’s monumental pop compositions, made between 1967 and 1981, currently grace the airplane-hanger-like halls of Gagosian Gallery. Comprised of individual stand-alone canvases, the groupings are lush vanity top scenes of a bygone consumer age replete with Mad-Man staples like cigarettes, pearls and cat-eye sunglasses. Their bold colors, sharp outlines, and unabashed why-not compositions exude an all-American optimism that these days is firmly relegated to the history books. At Gagosian through February 24.