• Irving Penn @Pace

    A swirling vortex of angular painted fragments. Paintings (not photographs) by Irving Penn at Pace Gallery.

  • Yojiro Imasaka @Miyako Yoshinaga

    Tinting the formal densities of the Hawaiian jungle. Yojiro Imasaka at Miyako Yoshinaga.

  • Hannes Schmid @Mitchell Algus

    The rugged textures of a canvas tent and rocky mesas. Hannes Schmid at Mitchell Algus Gallery.

  • João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva @Andrew Kreps

    The unlikely form of a sinuously flexible hammer. João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva at Andrew Kreps Gallery.

  • Sam Falls @303 Gallery

    Using leaves, pigment, and sun to create massive natural photograms. Sam Falls at 303 Gallery.

  • Hồng-Ân Trương @Rubber Factory

    The seen and unseen in mirrored protest imagery. Hồng-Ân Trương at Rubber Factory.

  • Frederic Riskin @Ronald Feldman

    Somberly probing the layered trauma of 9/11. Frederic Riskin at Ronald Feldman Gallery.

  • Eileen Quinlan @Miguel Abreu

    A lively frieze of scanned edges, color filters, and mirrored distortions. Eileen Quinlan at Miguel Abreu Gallery.

  • William Goldman @Ricco/Maresca

    1890s brothel portraits, predating EJ Bellocq. William Goldman at Ricco/Maresca Gallery.

  • Park Chan-Kyong @Tina Kim

    Reimagining North Korean soldiers with more human complexity. Park Chan-Kyong at Tina Kim Gallery.

  • Matthew Jensen @Yancey Richardson

    A gathered pile of torn image scraps, like an excavation.  Matthew Jensen in the Interventions group show at Yancey Richardson Gallery.

  • Mickalene Thomas @Yancey Richardson

    Turning a portrait arrangement into layers of cut shards. Mickalene Thomas in the Interventions group show at Yancey Richardson Gallery.

  • Judith Stenneken @Flowers

    An endless Escher-like maze of stair climbing. Judith Stenneken in the yes no maybe group show at Flowers Gallery.

  • Paolo Roversi @Pace/MacGill

    Echoes of blurred softness. Paolo Roversi in the Pairs group show at Pace/MacGill Gallery.

  • Anastasia Samoylova @Julie Saul

    The dense interplay of rainbows, mirrors, and curved geometries. Anastasia Samoylova in the DIY: Made in the Studio group show at Julie Saul Gallery.

  • Maria Martinez-Cañas/Rafael Domenech @Julie Saul

    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.

  • Matthew Shain @Aperture

    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.

  • Philip Montgomery @Aperture

    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.

  • Bubblegum Club @Aperture

    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.

  • Marcelo Brodsky @Henrique Faria Fine Art

    Using overpainted signs and inscriptions to revisit 1968 protests. Marcelo Brodsky in the For Freedoms group exhibit at Henrique Faria Fine Art.