March 12, 2019 Hands on hips, a toweled head, and hanging baby clothes. Shelby Lee Adams in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography. March 11, 2019 A wary soot stained face amid the shimmering flames. Lu Guang in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography. March 7, 2019 Transforming individual identity in 100 different ways. Tomoko Sawada in the Your Mirror group show at the International Center of Photography. March 6, 2019 Introducing shifting uncertainty into a tabletop still life. Lucas Blalock in the Aperture Photographs group show at Aperture Gallery. March 5, 2019 Ghostly hands manipulating camera equipment amid layered planes. Camel Collective in the back room at Ulterior Gallery. February 28, 2019 A gestural branch between two hedges, evoking first love. Jake Naughton at United Photo Industries. February 27, 2019 Langston Hughes and a turn of the head. Carl Van Vechten at Keith De Lellis Gallery. February 26, 2019 Waiting and watching. Carrie Mae Weems in the By Women, For Tomorrow’s Women benefit sale, March 1, 2019, at Sotheby’s. February 25, 2019 Using blur to create an impressionistic watercolor effect. Paolo Roversi at Pace/MacGill Gallery. February 22, 2019 Rethinking Paul Gauguin’s “primitive” muses. Rachelle Mozman Solano at Smack Mellon. February 21, 2019 Creating a veiled effect with meticulous surface scratches. Christopher Russell at Gitterman Gallery. February 20, 2019 Self portrait with ethereal multiple exposure confusion. Constantin Brancusi in Constantin Brancusi Sculpture at MoMA. February 19, 2019 Rethinking Norman Rockwell for a diverse 21st century America. Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur in the For Freedoms show at the International Center of Photography. February 15, 2019 The sleek geometries of a mirrored headdress. Ulrike Ottinger at Bridget Donahue. February 13, 2019 An evocative pairing of quiet despair and rusty orange. Laura Stevens in The City (and a Few Lonely People) group show at ClampArt. February 13, 2019 A narrow slice of elongated shadow. Clarissa Bonet in The City (and a Few Lonely People) group show at ClampArt. February 8, 2019 The original publicity still that became the Marilyn silkscreens. Andy Warhol at the Whitney. February 7, 2019 Liza Minnelli in high contrast black, white, and red. Andy Warhol at Paul Kasmin Gallery. February 6, 2019 The wispy forms of kites in the wind. Sally Gall at Julie Saul Gallery. February 5, 2019 The gnarled sculptural form of junk yard debris. Stephen Mallon at Front Room Gallery.