The late Dieter Krieg was one of the most esteemed German painters of the late 20th century. On display are six large paintings, each depicting a glass. Originally created in 1998, his representational subject matter is transformed into an aggressive visual narrative. Swift, expressive gesture distracts from the insignificance of his still life items. His violent brush strokes are filled with rage, not for the glass but for something else, to the point that it no longer matters what the subject matter is. Through Jan 2.