Adam Neate has always been a particular visionary. For years, as he mastered a 4D painting craft that felt like an evolution on 2D, he still felt grounded in a traditional aesthetic that was also a throwback. It was such a fascinating, intriguing body of work. Neate’s “return” so to speak to 2D is once again stunning and immersive, a body of work that feels more contemporary and in response to the pandemic worldview. But it feels fresh, like only Neate can create.