Art In America

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New Museum Triennial

at New Museum,
through May 24
235 Bowery
Although the third New Museum Triennial—titled "Surround Audience"—posits a world in which new technologies have collapsed such traditional binaries as private and public, self and other, animate and inanimate, the show is not the glut of video and comput…Read more

Lynn Hershman Leeson

at Bridget Donahue,
through Apr. 5
99 Bowery, 2nd floor
When a young dealer opens a gallery downtown you'd expect her to show artists from among her peers, but Bridget Donahue makes a big statement with her first show-a mini-retrospective of Lynn Hershman Leeson. In recent years, the New York and San Francisco…Read more

“The Left Front: Radical Art in the ‘Red Decade,’ 1929-1940”

at Grey Art Gallery, NYU ,
through Apr. 4
100 Washington Square East
The scores of drawings, prints and photographs featured in this ambitious and timely exhibition, which premiered at the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, testify to the radical politics that flourished in the U.S. during the Great Depression…Read more

Brad Troemel

at Zach Feuer ,
through Mar. 28
548 West 22nd Street
A drone attack enlivened the opening reception for Brad Troemel's solo show "On View: Selections from the Troemel Collection," which features collaborations between the Net artist and entertainers like Buckethead, Macaulay Culkin and Bam Margera. While de…Read more

Julia Dault

at Marianne Boesky,
through Mar. 21
509 West 24th Street
"Maker's Mark," the title of this Canadian-born artist's much-anticipated solo debut at Boesky, hints at her process-oriented approach to painting and sculpture. Dault favors motifs and materials (including pleather and spandex) that recall ‘80s and ‘90s …Read more

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at Museum of Modern Art,
through Apr. 5
11 W. 53rd St.

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at Brooklyn Museum,
through Mar. 29
200 Eastern Parkway

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at Queens Museum,
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