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This week we check out Ugo Rondinone's army of stone people at Gladstone Gallery, iconic early work by Richard Serra at David Zwirner and loosely connected work by seven photographers at Callicoon Fine Arts.
This week we check out Spencer Finch's drawings and installations translated from his careful observations of nature at James Cohan, Heide Hatry's trompe l'oeil photographs of flowers made of animal offal at Stux, and a show of Mel Bochner's poetic early work at Peter Freeman.
This week we check out Tracey Emin's gestural drawings of a lone and seemingly despairing female figure at Lehmann Maupin, a rare show of French artist Martial Raysse's little-known work from the ‘60s and ‘70s at Luxembour & Dayan, and an installation of Betty Woodman's playful painted ceramics at Salon 94.
This week we check out Travess Smalley's complex abstract photo-collages at Higher Pictures, Arthur Ou's shimmering, tactile paintings at Brennan & Griffin, and Wolfgang Tillmans's expansive show featuring photographs from the past five years at Andrea Rosen.
This week we check out Michele Abeles's photos at 47 Canal, geometric abstractions and sculptural tableaux by Elizabeth Neel at Sikkema Jenkins and Gedi Sibony's bare-bones assemblages at Greene Naftali.
This week we check out photos, sculptures and a video by Erin Shirreff at Lisa Cooley; 14 new paintings by Ellsworth Kelly, spread out among Matthew Marks's three galleries; and Amanda Ross-Ho's oversize wall-hung T-shirts at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
This week we check out Trudy Benson's splashy, computer graphics-inspired paintings at Horton Gallery, Cui Fei's thorn-and-twig "drawings" that resemble Chinese script at Chambers Fine Art, and "Better Homes," a group show exploring contemporary domesticity at Sculpture Center.
This week we check out an exhibition of Gordon Matta-Clark's late work at David Zwirner, a two-gallery show of sculptures and site-specific installations by Tallur L.N. at Jack Shainman, and fascinating collaborative projects by painter/mystic Xul Solar and writer Jorge Luis Borges at the American Society.
This week we check out a long-awaited retrospective of the late Jay DeFeo at the Whitney, 45 years' worth of Daido Moriyama's street photography at Steven Kasher and Justin Matherly's faux-excavation site at Paula Cooper.
This week we check out a decade's worth of the late Helen Frankenthaler's abstract canvases at Gagosian, Mark Dion's oceanic cabinets of curiosities at Tanya Bonakdar and, at Leslie Tonkonow, documentary material related to Wolfgang Laib's forthcoming installation on an Indian mountain.