June 11, 2019 A voyeuristic view into a ballet studio surrounded by flattened city facades. Gail Albert Halaban at Edwynn Houk Gallery. June 10, 2019 A tentative step into crinked uncertainty. Elise Peterson at Baxter Street at CCNY. June 5, 2019 Adding textural dark flowers to a study of light smooth surfaces. Constantin Brancusi at Bruce Silverstein Gallery. June 3, 2019 The descriptive exhortations of neon signage. Lisa Kereszi at Yancey Richardson Gallery. May 29, 2019 Filtering black faces through textured tints and flares. Liz Johnson Artur at the Brooklyn Museum. May 23, 2019 Layers of curves in various media. Sheree Hovsepian at Higher Pictures. May 22, 2019 Overpainting the paired extremes of icebergs and volcanoes. John Baldessari at Marian Goodman Gallery. May 21, 2019 The stylized tension of a pregnant woman and groceries. Erwin Olaf at Edwynn Houk Gallery. May 20, 2019 The gestural sweeps of painted windows. Idris Khan in the basement at Sean Kelly Gallery. May 17, 2019 Turning a child’s rest on the sidewalk into a resonant moment. Jeff Wall at Gagosian Gallery. May 16, 2019 Collaging Mapplethorpe and Baltrop into encounters in nature. Wardell Milan at David Nolan Gallery. May 15, 2019 A photographic aggregation of dramatic gestures rethought as Jacquard tapestry. Aziz + Cucher at ClampArt. May 14, 2019 Tracking pedestrians on Christopher Street in 1976. Sunil Gupta at Hales Gallery. May 13, 2019 The biting inversions of a burka-clad woman walking naked male dogs. Katarzyna Kozyra at Postmasters. May 10, 2019 The risk taking improvisation of boys showing off for girls. Dmitry Markov at agnès b. Galerie. May 9, 2019 Overlapped juxtapositions of European and African architecture/gardens, intermingling the contrasts of colonialism. Todd Gray at David Lewis Gallery. May 8, 2019 Voyeuristic interruption and a turn of the shoulder. Jheyda McGarrell in the Scenes of the American Landscape group show at Team Gallery. May 7, 2019 The textural passion of explosive destruction. Dash Snow at Participant Inc. May 3, 2019 The impressionistic textural uncertainty of surveillance stills. Barbara Ess at Magenta Plains. April 26, 2019 Capturing the moody Thames estuary in the manner of a Chinese scroll. Nadav Kander at Flowers Gallery.