Art In America

ICP Triennial

at International Center of Photography,
1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036

Organized by four of the museum's curators, the ICP's "A Different Kind of Order" includes work incorporating photography, film and video by 28 artists, many of whom came of age in an environment inundated with readily accessible digital media. Most impressive is the drastic, yet somehow not jarring, range of tone in the show, from Thomas Hirschhorn's Touching Reality, a video of a woman's hand scrolling on an iPad through truly gut-wrenching photos of bodies torn apart by explosions and gunshots, to A.K. Burns's funny and bizarrely titillating installation of five monitors showing the artist performing inexplicable fetish scenes she discovered online (wearing layers of rubber gloves, stepping on fresh vegetables while wearing white sneakers, etc.).

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322 Grand Street

Liz Glynn

at Paula Cooper,
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Pierre Chareau

at the Jewish Museum,
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1109 Fifth Avenue

Louise Bourgeois

at Cheim & Read,
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at Honey Ramka,
through Jan. 22
56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn

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at Ubu Gallery,
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416 East 59th Street

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2 Lincoln Square

Anthony Caro

at Mitchell-Innes & Nash,
through Feb. 4
534 West 26th Street & 1018 Madison Avenue

Duane Linklater

at 80 Washington Square East Galleries,
through Feb. 18
80 Washington Square East

“The Neighbors, part two, in two parts: Sanctuary: Andrea Bowers and Home: Andrea Aragón”

at the Bronx Museum of the Arts,
through Feb. 22
1040 Grand Concourse

Peter Voulkos

at the Museum of Arts and Design,
through Mar. 25
2 Columbus Circle

Kerry James Marshall

at Met Breuer,
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945 Madison Avenue

Giorgio de Chirico and Giulio Paolini

at The Center for Italian Modern Art,
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421 Broome Street

Arlene Shechet

at Frick Collection,
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1 East 70th Street

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