May 18, 2018 The provocative uneasiness of enlarged eyes and mouths. Nailah Fumilayo Davis in the Parsons BFA Photography Senior Thesis exhibition at Aperture Gallery. May 18, 2018 Wading in chartreuse. Venice Gordon in the Parsons BFA Photography Senior Thesis exhibition at Aperture Gallery. May 16, 2018 Finding swirling galaxies in lenticular images of fruit. Jitish Kallat at Sperone Westwater. May 15, 2018 Using body paint to embrace changing facets of identity. Laurie Simmons at Salon 94. May 9, 2018 Exploring photographic illusionism via intricate arrangements of painted wood blocks. Erin O’Keefe at Morgan Lehman. May 8, 2018 Using the world’s first cellphone as the basis for abstract patterning. Doug Aitken at 303 Gallery. May 7, 2018 Turning a mother’s clothes into a swirling mass of patterned abstraction. Keisha Scarville at Lesley Heller. May 4, 2018 Using overlaid captions to playfully interrupt controlled glamour. Cary Leibowitz at Invisible-Exports. May 3, 2018 A tender embrace, echoing Joseph taking Jesus down from the Cross. Em Rooney at Bodega. May 2, 2018 Cleverly using light to activate a silk screened protest image. Hank Willis Thomas at Jack Shainman Gallery. May 1, 2018 Finding wordplay in classroom desk graffiti. Erica Baum in the Hours and Places group show at Bureau. April 30, 2018 The elemental forms of massive electricity towers. Early work from Bernd and Hilla Becher at Paula Cooper Gallery. April 25, 2018 The wary trepidation felt at birthday time. Osamu James Nakagawa at sepiaEYE. April 24, 2018 A bathtub toe with film noir echoes. Maggie Steber at the Half King. April 18, 2018 Searching for ghosts in Sally Mann’s developer tray. John Cyr at Elizabeth Houston Gallery. April 17, 2018 Fake dating a slippery ashtray still life. Nobuyoshi Araki at Taka Ishii Gallery. April 16, 2018 Building up layers of graphic shapes. Stephen Frailey in the Guarded Future II show at Downs & Ross. April 13, 2018 Blonde hair interrupted by metal letters, eroded craters, and an air vent. Borden Capalino at Lyles & King. April 12, 2018 When symbols lose their decipherability. Shannon Ebner in the Mark group show at Team Gallery. April 11, 2018 Meticulous radiating lines surrounding a glowing orb. Marsha Cottrell at Van Doren Waxter.