Art In America

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Lynn Umlauf

at Zürcher,
through Feb. 25
33 Bleecker Street
Lynn Umlauf hasn’t had a show in New York for some time, though she has been around the art scene for many years. This exhibition of seven sculptures and 11 works on paper offers an insightful, if necessarily limited, view into her concerns, underscoring …Read more

Dawn Kasper

at David Lewis,
through Feb. 28
88 Eldridge Street
With 63 cymbals arranged in groups throughout the gallery, all wired to electronic devices that sense visitors’ movements and play the instruments in response, you’d think that Dawn Kasper’s show “Cluster” would be noisier. Instead of a cacophony, the cym…Read more

Mernet Larsen

at James Cohan,
through Feb. 21
291 Grand Street
The title of Mernet Larsen’s show, “Things People Do,” is as deadpan as her blocky, vertigo-inducing paintings. Larsen, based in Tampa, Fla., has been painting and teaching for decades, but her work has only begun popping up in New York and Los Angeles in…Read more

Lisa Oppenheim

at Tanya Bonakdar,
through Feb. 20
521 West 21st Street
"Landscape" and "portrait" are genres of painting, or orientations of a digital camera that optimize the organization of data in image files. The terms’ mashup in the title of Lisa Oppenheim’s series “Landscape Portraits” (2016) suggests a confusion of pe…Read more

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at Feuer/Mesler,
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at White Columns,
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Judith Bernstein

at Mary Boone ,
through Feb. 27
541 West 24th Street

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at Gallery at Industry City,
through Feb. 21
254 36th Street, Brooklyn

Zhang Hongtu

at Queens Museum,
through Feb. 28
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