September 21, 2018 The seen and unseen in mirrored protest imagery. Hồng-Ân Trương at Rubber Factory. September 20, 2018 Somberly probing the layered trauma of 9/11. Frederic Riskin at Ronald Feldman Gallery. September 19, 2018 A lively frieze of scanned edges, color filters, and mirrored distortions. Eileen Quinlan at Miguel Abreu Gallery. September 18, 2018 1890s brothel portraits, predating EJ Bellocq. William Goldman at Ricco/Maresca Gallery. September 17, 2018 Reimagining North Korean soldiers with more human complexity. Park Chan-Kyong at Tina Kim Gallery. August 16, 2018 A gathered pile of torn image scraps, like an excavation. Matthew Jensen in the Interventions group show at Yancey Richardson Gallery. August 16, 2018 Turning a portrait arrangement into layers of cut shards. Mickalene Thomas in the Interventions group show at Yancey Richardson Gallery. August 15, 2018 An endless Escher-like maze of stair climbing. Judith Stenneken in the yes no maybe group show at Flowers Gallery. August 15, 2018 Echoes of blurred softness. Paolo Roversi in the Pairs group show at Pace/MacGill Gallery. August 14, 2018 The dense interplay of rainbows, mirrors, and curved geometries. Anastasia Samoylova in the DIY: Made in the Studio group show at Julie Saul Gallery. August 14, 2018 German bunkers rebuilt into shifting layers of cut-throughs and overpainting. Maria Martinez-Cañas and Rafael Domenech in the DIY: Made in the Studio group show at Julie Saul Gallery. August 13, 2018 The resonant absence of empty monument pedestals. Matthew Shain in the 2018 Aperture Summer Open: The Way We Live Now group show at Aperture Gallery. August 13, 2018 The eviction team packing up a white encrusted fake Christmas tree. Philip Montgomery in the 2018 Aperture Summer Open: The Way We Live Now group show at Aperture Gallery. August 13, 2018 An eye-popping mix of influences in contemporary African fashion/culture. Bubblegum Club in the 2018 Aperture Summer Open: The Way We Live Now group show at Aperture Gallery. August 10, 2018 Using overpainted signs and inscriptions to revisit 1968 protests. Marcelo Brodsky in the For Freedoms group exhibit at Henrique Faria Fine Art. August 10, 2018 Cutting up photographic space with overlapped layers of physical construction. Vincent Fectau in the Dime-Store Alchemy group show at FLAG Art Foundation. August 9, 2018 The pouncing gait of a running cat. Eadweard Muybridge at Laurence Miller Gallery. August 8, 2018 A jittering disassembly of LCD screens and remnant imagery. Penelope Umbrico in the Screenscapes group show at Postmasters. August 7, 2018 Combining a still life, a nude, and a portrait in a single frame. PaJaMa at Keith de Lellis Gallery. August 6, 2018 A doubled 1950s nude with layered arms like butterfly wings. Kansuke Yamamoto at Taka Ishii Gallery New York.