Art In America

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Chris Martin

at Anton Kern,
through Nov. 15
532 W. 20th St.
In his first exhibition with Anton Kern, Chris Martin shows large mixed-medium abstract paintings that nearly jump off the wall, many of them loaded with holographic glitter custom-designed for Vegas showgirls. Despite such lowbrow associations, Martin is…Read more

Elizabeth Jaeger

at Jack Hanley Gallery,
through Nov. 9
327 Broome St.
For her first solo at Jack Hanley Gallery, Elizabeth Jaeger, a young Brooklyn-based sculptor, has dispensed with the elongated female figures that have been the hallmarks of her previous exhibitions. In fact, the conspicuous lack of a human presence may b…Read more

David Humphrey

at Fredericks & Freiser,
through Nov. 8
536 W. 24th St.
In a baker's dozen of large new acrylic paintings, David Humphrey continues to combine figural imagery and rich abstract passages. His figures, human or animal, are sometimes mysterious—does Sidewalk depict a greeting or a mugging?—sometimes sweet, as in …Read more

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Do Ho Suh

at Lehmann Maupin,
through Oct. 25
540 W. 26th St. and 201 Chrystie St.
For the Korean-born artist Do Ho Suh, drawing is a process primarily aimed at recording his physical surroundings. Using a labor-intensive rubbing technique, he covers the surfaces of an interior space with paper, including, in Rubbing/Loving Project, 348…Read more

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Erica Baum

at Bureau,
through Oct. 26
178 Norfolk St.
Erica Baum's square-format photographs of dog-eared book pages make the paperbacks you often see stacked on city stoops or in the dollar bins at bookstores look like art materials in waiting. Baum has developed nearly a dozen series using this material ov…Read more

John Stezaker

at Petzel,
through Nov. 8
456 W. 18th St.
Shadows loom large in John Stezaker's new works. Derived from '40s and '50s B-movie film stills, these prints on canvas render the actors in flat, heavy black ink, the background sets in disquieting gray-blues or orange washes. A recurring theme for …Read more

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John Lurie

at Cavin-Morris,
through Oct. 25
210 Eleventh Ave.

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Cao Fei

at Lombard Freid,
through Oct. 25
518 W. 19th St.

Antoine Catala

at 47 Canal,
through Nov. 2
291 Grand St.

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Peter Fend

at Essex Street,
through Oct. 26
114 Eldridge St

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Frank Heath

at Simone Subal,
through Oct. 26
131 Bowery, 2nd Floor

Danh Vo

at Public Art Fund,
through Dec. 5
Brooklyn Bridge Park and City Hall Park

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