• Myeongsoo Kim @Island 83

    Disassembling a washed landscape into shifting sculptural layers. Myeongsoo Kim at Island 83 Gallery.

  • Ann Shelton @Denny Dimin

    Using resonant plant still lifes to interrogate the history of witches and their knowledge. Ann Shelton at Denny Dimin Gallery.

  • Aneta Grzeszykowska @Lyles & King

    The unsettling inversion of dogs wearing human masks. Aneta Grzeszykowska at Lyles & King.

  • Greer Lankton @Company

    The surreal celebrity of Diana Vreeland in doll form. Greer Lankton at Company Gallery.

  • Darja Bajagić @Downs & Ross

    A mother’s baptism with a child watching, in the rough textures of burlap and steel. Darja Bajagić in the Forest Passage paired show (with Lionel Maunz) at Downs & Ross.

  • Laurent Millet @Le Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature

    Adding disorienting geometric interventions to a dense thicket, with an echo of John Pfahl. Laurent Millet at Le Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris.

  • Unidentified Photographer @Le Musée Marmottan Monet

    The glowing edges of a total eclipse of the sun. Made by an unidentified photographer in 1869, in the Face au Soleil group show at Le Musée Marmottan Monet.

  • Miwa Yanagi @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    The surreal sameness of seemingly identical Japanese elevator girls. Miwa Yanagi (from 1998) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Kenji Nakahashi @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    Conceptually measuring the weight of passing time. Kenji Nakahashi (from 1980) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • David Levinthal @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    Cowboy and rearing horse, steeped in the patina of Western myth. David Levinthal (from 1998) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Laurie Simmons @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    A toy figurine picnic, in a painted set by Carroll Dunham. Laurie Simmons (from 1993) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Peter Hujar @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    Ethyl Eichelberger as an introspectively pensive King Lear. Peter Hujar (from 1985) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Danny Lyon @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    The stacked geometric forms of abandoned windows. Danny Lyon (from 1966-1967) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Aaron Siskind @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    Brash abstract gestures, with a nod to Franz Kline. Aaron Siskind (from 1973) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Emil Cadoo @Grey Art Gallery (NYU)

    Interrupting a self-portrait with lush cracked textures. Emil Cadoo (from 1960) in the Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection at Grey Art Gallery.

  • Sven Marquardt @C24 Gallery

    A dancer post-performance, discarding a persona and returning to the weariness of real life. Sven Marquardt at C24 Gallery.

  • Arnold Newman @New York City Center

    Using an unbalanced composition to further amplify the stately presence of Martha Graham. Arnold Newman (from 1961) in the lobby of New York City Center.

  • Robert Capa @ICP

    The steady gaze of a Republican militiaman. Robert Capa (from 1936) in the Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Gerda Taro @ICP

    Anxious faces at the morgue after an air raid in Valencia. Gerda Taro (from 1937) in the Death in the Making: Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook show at the International Center of Photography.

  • Antony Cairns @Sous Les Etoiles

    Flares of moody atmospheric light, printed on obsolete computer punch cards. Antony Cairns in the Deconstructing Narrative show at Sous Les Etoiles.