Art In America

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Tommy Hartung

at On Stellar Rays,
through Nov. 30
1 Rivington St.
A trip to Tommy Hartung's current show, which debuts his hour-long new film THE BIBLE in a setting punctuated with creepy sculptural pieces related to the film (and, at times, performers), is like visiting a subterranean alternative reality where the sun …Read more

“Work it Out”

at Momenta Art,
through Dec. 7
56 Bogart St., Brooklyn
Six activist artists and groups, including Nsumi Collective, Peter Fend and Mierle Laderman Ukeles, come together in a show that highlights a range of socially engaged practices. Dominating the center of the gallery are Occupy Museums's tabletop models of…Read more

Zarina

at Luhring Augustine,
through Dec. 6
531 W. 24th St.
Thanks to the Hammer Museum's traveling retrospective early last year, Indian-born artist Zarina's elegant, meditative works on paper are receiving some much-deserved recognition. Some of the prints, drawings and collages in her latest show, "Descending D…Read more

“Dear Mr. Thanatos”

at Cristin Tierney,
through Dec. 13
540 W. 28th St.
This show of eight Latin American artists, organized by critic/curator Christian Viveros-Fauné, persuasively suggests that violent death haunts the imagination of the socio-politically troubled region's artists, regardless of where they practice at any gi…Read more

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Gedi Sibony

at Greene Naftali,
through Nov. 8
508 W. 26th St.

Brad Troemel

at Tomorrow,
through Nov. 30
106 Eldridge St.

Alyson Shotz

at Carolina Nitsch,
through Nov. 15
534 W. 22nd St.

David Humphrey

at Fredericks & Freiser,
through Nov. 8
536 W. 24th St.

Chris Martin

at Anton Kern,
through Nov. 15
532 W. 20th St.

Elizabeth Jaeger

at Jack Hanley Gallery,
through Nov. 9
327 Broome St.

John Stezaker

at Petzel,
through Nov. 8
456 W. 18th St.

Closing

Antoine Catala

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

Danh Vo

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

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