November 14, 2018 Doubling the world via the distorting lens of eyeglasses. Neil Goldberg at Cristin Tierney Gallery. November 8, 2018 The prominent angled saw of masked monument makers. Chloe Dewe Matthews at Aperture Gallery. November 7, 2018 Documenting the resurgent power of American witches. Frances Denny at ClampArt. November 6, 2018 Cindy Sherman in a blonde wig. Abe Frajndlich in the Portraits of Artists group show at Staley-Wise Gallery. November 5, 2018 Systematic experimentation with colored light. Gianfranco Chiavacci at Sous Les Etoiles. November 2, 2018 A brave tree poking through the vertical striping of rocks. Sebastião Salgado at Sundaram Tagore Gallery. November 1, 2018 Using a darkened bedroom to frame a quiet seascape. Mischa Richter at Jack Hanley Gallery. October 31, 2018 Turning a staged Grindr conversation into an iterative photographic series. Mahmoud Khaled at Helena Anrather. October 30, 2018 A dappled backdrop of painted tiles and Froot Loops. Roberto Tondopó in the Fantasy, Dream and Make Believe group show at Baxter St at CCNY. October 22, 2018 Reconstructing Eggleston’s red ceiling. Jojakim Cortis & Adrian Sonderegger at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery. October 17, 2018 Expressively shifting movement cut into tiles. Ray Metzker at Laurence Miller Gallery. October 16, 2018 Ethereal mountains interrupted by tactile scratches. Shao Wenhuan in the Art of the Mountain group show at the China Institute. October 16, 2018 A majestic mountain form constructed from tiny apartment buildings, electrical towers, and construction cranes. Yang Yongliang in the Art of the Mountain group show at the China Institute. October 16, 2018 Mountaintops shrouded in mist, echoing the aesthetics of 17th century Chinese painting. Wang Wusheng in the Art of the Mountain group show at the China Institute. October 15, 2018 Painterly digital composites recalling the image sampling of Rauschenberg. Max de Esteban at Klompching Gallery. October 9, 2018 The formal echoes of wet cobblestones and potatoes. Fulvio Roiter in The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965 at Howard Greenberg Gallery. October 9, 2018 A parade of faces organized by portholes. Stefano Robino in The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965 at Howard Greenberg Gallery. October 9, 2018 Turning a tunnel view into a high contrast reflection. Sante Vittorio in The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965 at Howard Greenberg Gallery. October 8, 2018 The swooping lines of draped fishing nets. Ezio Quiresi in the Neorealisimo group show at Keith de Lellis Gallery. October 5, 2018 Horizontal layers of sky, stone, and grass. Mariana Cook at Deborah Bell Photographs.