Over the weekend, artist Evan Hecox opened “The Last Thousand Years,” an exhibition of city scenes inspired by his travels in Vietnam. Using a subdued palette inflected with nuanced splashes of color, Hecox renders “the everyday existence of average people as they traverse the detritus of the modern metropolis.” Chelsea’s Joshua Liner Gallery will keep the Denver-based painter’s work on view through October 10th at 548 West 28th Street, 3rd floor. Prints of Hecox’s “Red Banner Hang Duong Street,” measuring 24 x 30 inches, are available for $350 from a limited edition of 50.