June 6, 2023 The artist’s mother blanketed by expressive chemical overpainting. Dietmar Busse at FIERMAN. June 5, 2023 Recasting the motif of “sugar daddy”, via investigations into a Gilded Age sugar magnate and the author Danielle Steel. Sean Fader at Denny Gallery. June 2, 2023 The reflective glare of early 1970s Louisiana. Joe Ray at Bortolami Gallery. June 1, 2023 Clouded back-to-back skyscapes, like Rorschach tests. Trisha Donnelly at Matthew Marks Gallery. May 31, 2023 Interrupting the tropical stereotypes of Caribbean travel postcards. Simon Benjamin at Baxter St at CCNY. May 30, 2023 Safe sex allegory in the late 1980s climate of AIDS. Tessa Boffin at Hales Gallery. May 26, 2023 A dense grid of model palm tree silhouettes, almost like typography. Bruno V. Roels at Howard Greenberg Gallery. May 25, 2023 Dangling prints on gauze, where enlarged body parts surround and shimmer. Pola Sieverding at Signs and Symbols. May 24, 2023 Merging two negative silhouettes, creating a mixed echo of location and gender. John Stezaker at Petzel Gallery. May 23, 2023 The disorienting doubled reflection of the artist’s mother in the bathtub. Katherine Hubbard at Company Gallery. May 22, 2023 Photocopied pigeons transformed into a zine quilt. Pat McCarthy in the Entrance booth at NADA New York. May 22, 2023 Photographic transfers to canvas, intricately layered via sculptural cutouts, doubling, and bent back redirection. David Kennedy Cutler in the Halsey McKay booth at NADA New York. May 22, 2023 Creating a nuanced dialogue between painted surfaces and photographic color. Kazuhito Tanaka in the Kana Kawanishi booth at NADA New York. May 22, 2023 Performatively posing with felt triangles covered with jingle cones, recasting Indigenous traditions and motifs. Maria Hupfield in the Patel Brown booth at NADA New York. May 19, 2023 Slippery distortion in angled washes. Marilyn Minter at LGDR. May 18, 2023 Flanked by encroaching columns and looking out at the freedom of wide open space. Carrie Mae Weems (from 2003) in the Rear View group show at LGDR. May 18, 2023 Doubling and reflecting a nude form via sculptural photomontage. Larry Rivers (from 1970) in the Rear View group show at LGDR. May 18, 2023 Carefully arranging contrasts, with a shaft of light placed across a shoulder. Harry Callahan in the Rear View group show at LGDR. May 17, 2023 Soviet-era apartment blocks set against laser-cut Baltic textile designs. Krista Svalbonas in the Paperwork show at Klompching Gallery. May 16, 2023 Turning branches, leaves, and flowers into a thicket of dense all-over texture. Ji Zhou at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park.