In his 98th year, Ted Kurahara is still creating his iconic canvases of vibrant color-field squares, which became his signature style decades ago. The Nippon Club exhibition focuses on works completed since 2000, and demonstrates his recent reawakening with Cadmium Red Medium and Deep, as illustrated. One sees his ordered grid underpinnings, over which he applies various colors and blends them directly on the canvas. The show also demonstrates his use of seductive blues, striking yellows, and introspective blacks. Kurahara-san has received numerous awards such as a Guggenheim Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts, Who’s Who in American Art, and a Living Legacy by the Joan Mitchell Foundation. He is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, the Library of Congress, Columbia University, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Singer Corporation, among others. 10 am to 6 pm daily, closed Sunday.