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This week we check out John Byam's small but sturdy woodcarvings and drawings at Andrew Edlin, the embodiment of Rutherford Chang's obsession with the Beatles' White Album at Recess and Miroslav Balka's gigantic pair of steel basins at Gladstone.
This week we check out Larry Poons's lyrical abstract paintings at Danese and Loretta Howard, Darren Almond's moonlit photos of dreamy landscapes the world over at Matthew Marks, and Shinique Smith's lively sculptures and collages at James Cohan.
This week we check out a blockbuster Basquiat show at Gagosian, Khalil Rabah's imagined Palestinian museum and Richard Ross's anthropological photographic inquiry into incarcerated children.
This week we check out Amy Cutler's portraits of downtrodden yet festively attired women at Leslie Tonkonow, Martin Soto Climent's appropriated windshield sculptures at Clifton Benevento and Ragnar Kjartansson's nine-channel regret-themed video at Luhring Augustine.
This week we check out sculptures, videos and photos by Song Dong at two Pace locations, Keith Sonnier's neon and glass sculptures from 1968-70 at Mary Boone, and Robin Rhode's playful photo grids at Lehmann Maupin.
This week we check out a two-gallery show of Daniel Buren's stripe paintings from the past 40+ years at Bortolami and Petzel, Natasza Niedziolka's free-form embroideries at Horton and Stephen Pusey's latest abstract paintings at Guided by Invoices.
This week we check out David Shrigley's laugh-out-loud funny exhibition "Signs" at Anton Kern, Michal Chelbin's bleak yet richly colored photos of Russian and Ukrainian prisoners at Andrea Meislin, and "Now Dig This!," a group show of pioneering black artists from L.A., at MoMA PS1.
This week we check out Henry Moore's sensuous late sculptures at Gagosian, El Anatsui's sparkly, fabric-like wall sculptures at Jack Shainman and Chris McCaw's impressively seared black-and-white photos at Yossi Milo.
Back in the 1980s, the paintings of David Salle were the essence of hip postmodernism, flagrantly offending any lingering proponents of a modernist era who would have insisted that the creation of an image should be synonymous with the authentic experience of that image.
This week we check out Phyllida Barlow's demanding yet playful sculptures at Hauser & Wirth, Trisha Baga's immersive installations at Greene Naftali and new Pop-y paintings by David Humphrey at Fredericks & Freiser.