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This week we check out Darren Blackstone Foote's referential sculptures at Dodge, Trenton Doyle Hancock's new mixed-medium paintings at James Cohan and a group show at David Findlay Jr. contextualizing Steve Wheeler among his peers from the 1940s.
With an ever-growing number of galleries scattered around New York, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? Here at A.i.A., we are always on the hunt for thought-provoking, clever and memorable shows that stand out in a crowded field. Below is a selection of current shows our team of editors can't stop talking about. This week we check out at two-decade survey of Gary Simmons's work at Metro Pictures, Barnaby Furnas's whale-themed paintings and drawings at Marianne Boesky and a home-within-a-gallery installation by the artist pair Muntean/Rosenblum at Team.
This week we check out Jules de Balincourt's latest dramatic, jewel-toned canvases at Salon 94, Mickey Smith's darkly poetic photos of a deserted library at Invisible Exports and Goshka Macuga's censorship-themed tapestries, photos and upholstered furniture at Andrew Kreps.
This week we check out Rosemarie Trockel (and friends) at the New Museum, a half-dozen Abstract Expressionist gems at Mitchell-Innes & Nash and Roland Flexner's mesmerizing monochromatic ink drawings at D'Amelio.
This week we check out Martha Colburn's acerbic animations and related props at Horton Gallery, Richard Hawkins's new paintings and collages at Greene Naftali and Lucas Samaras's latest digital photos at Pace's 25th Street gallery.
This week we check out the latest in Picasso offerings at the Guggenheim, a show of Daniel Joseph Martinez photos from 1978-79 at Simon Preston and Takeshi Murata's slick, surreal digital compositions at Salon 94.
The previous record auction sale for a living artist was $28.6 million, set at Christie's New York in May 2010 by Jasper Johns's Flag (1960-66), which came from the collection of bestselling author Michael Crichton.
This week we check out Ahmed Alsoudani's new paintings that mine the after-effects of violence and corruption, at Haunch of Venison; three bodies of photo-based work by James Welling at David Zwirner; and Gerhard Richter's striated digital prints at Marian Goodman.
This week we check out Dave Cole's simultaneously high-tech and low-fi sculptures at Dodge, Tatzu Nishi's interior decoration (fit for a 15th-century explorer!) in Columbus Circle, and Lebanon-born Etel Adnan's intimate and boldly colored landscapes at Callicoon Fine Art.
This week we check out Thomas Hirschhorn's vertigo-inducing cruise ship installation at Gladstone, Louise Fishman's latest gestural abstractions at Cheim & Read and a library-themed exhibition curated by Matthew Higgs at Friedrich Petzel.