October 11, 2013 The artist as corpse, with a nod to Charles Ray. Matthew Day Jackson at Hauser & Wirth. October 10, 2013 That split second when a great composition coalesces. Max Kozloff at Steven Kasher Gallery. October 9, 2013 Shards of rainbow grain on a shadowy background. Miranda Lichtenstein in the Post Culture show at Elizabeth Dee. October 8, 2013 Andy Warhol with flowers and Flowers. William John Kennedy at Steven Kasher Gallery. October 7, 2013 A twisted floral photograph on perforated vinyl. Virginia Poundstone at KANSAS Gallery. October 4, 2013 Ceramic rosettes, orange marmalade, and a red wedding. Sandy Skoglund at Janet Borden. October 3, 2013 Modernist architecture mixed in with the houseboats on Halong Bay. Dionisio González at Galerie Richard. October 2, 2013 The contrast of crisp fog and layers of pixelated clouds. Joshua Citarella at Higher Pictures. October 1, 2013 Bathroom sink portraits holding prescriptions. Richard Kern at Feature Inc. September 30, 2013 Leaves come and go in a time lapse pairing. Will Rogan at Laurel Gitlen. September 27, 2013 The menacing glow of tanker taillights. Nina Berman in Container 38 at Photoville. September 27, 2013 An all-over environment made of striped bags. Nobukho Nqaba in Container 4 at Photoville. September 26, 2013 Sleeping in the McHotel. Olivier van Breugel and Simone Mudde in Container 9/1o at Photoville. September 26, 2013 Floating rocket launcher exuberance. Chris Hondros in Container 18 at Photoville. September 26, 2013 Pock marked, bullet ravaged Monrovia. Nic Bothma in Container 18 at Photoville. September 25, 2013 Botanical specimens made of tiny synthetic cameras. André Feliciano at BOSI Contemporary. September 24, 2013 Spinning lightbox tubes of bag-carrying women in intersections. Eric Starosielski at Judith Charles Gallery. September 23, 2013 The visual patterns of software-distorted television signals. Casey Reas at Bitforms. September 20, 2013 Flowers creeping up on a sparkly mannequin. Aimee Hertog at Pocket Utopia. September 19, 2013 Shiny discarded iPad ghosts as an ode to obsolescence. Andrea Longacre-White at Room East.