In Michael Krebber’s sixth exhibition at Greene Naftali, the Cologne-based artist exhibited new paintings that employ abstract forms to evoke movement through space. Interspersed among abstract paintings, Krebber includes roughly painted images of snails in works such as MK 284 (2015). The snails may be a metaphor for Krebber as part of his constantly evolving and shifting painting persona, a symbol he previously evoked in 2011 in the exhibition and publication Les Escargots ridiculisés. In his abstract works, Krebber’s mark-making techniques range from the abrupt in MK 305 (2015) to more pensive ones using large swathes of monochrome blue, as seen in MK 296 (2015). Throughout the exhibition, Krebber demonstrates the breadth of his originality as he continues to expand the medium of painting.