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This week we check out new sculptures by Martin Puryear in wood and metal at McKee; Richard Avedon's gallery-spanning murals and documentary photos, documenting the social and political transformations of the late '60s-early '70s, at Gagosian; and Hans Schabus's dramatic re-shoot of a famous scene from an American Western at Simon Preston.
This week we check out Nicole Eisenman's multiple-technique etchings, colorful monotypes and subtle relief prints at Leo Koenig, Josiah McElheny's mesmerizing recent glass works at Andrea Rosen and Brent Green's folksy yet high-tech animated film installation at Andrew Edlin.
This week we check out Steve Currie's understated tour-de-force exhibition of wire sculptures at Elizabeth Harris, Rachel Harrison's painted-cement pieces, augmented with the occasional cleaning product, at Greene Naftali, and Kristin Baker's latest splintered, filmy paintings at Suzanne Geiss.
This week we check out David Benjamin Sherry's candy-colored photos taken in Utah, New Mexico and points west at Salon94, Tonico Lemos Auad's talismanic sculptures and installations at CRG and Cindy Sherman's latest photos of a single female figure posing in front of mysterious landscapes at Metro Pictures.
This week we check out D'Amelio's installation of Jedediah Caesar's latest resin panels, which look like they were excavated from a Dr. Seuss-inspired lava field; a three-gallery installation of Gilbert & George's "London Pictures" at Sonnabend and Lehmann Maupin (Chelsea and LES); and, at Guided by Invoices, an astute take on the financial crash by former banker/current artist Carol Szymanski.
This week we check out Taryn Simon's utterly absorbing research-based photo series at MoMA, Charles Long's touch-activated sound sculptures installed in Madison Square Park and Pier Paolo Calzolari's technically complex two-gallery survey at Pace and Marianne Boesky.
This week we check out several decades' worth of Sheila Hicks's woven sculptures and hanging textiles at Sikkema Jenkins, Sylvan Lionni's beautifully crafted paintings of mundane objects at Kansas, and Jacqueline Humphries's alluring metallic canvases at Greene Naftali.
This week we check out Sam Moyer's elegant hand-dyed canvases mounted on wood at Rachel Uffner, Nigel Cooke's painterly tour-de-force at Andrea Rosen and Andy Coolquitt's quirky found sculptures at Lisa Cooley.
This week we check out Cordy Ryman's painted wood abstractions and sculptural installations at Dodge Gallery, Hilary Harkness's detailed, chaotic battleship paintings at the Flag Art Foundation, and new paintings and videos by Sadie Benning at Callicoon Fine Arts.
This week we check out John O'Reilly's fragile, isolated animal sculptures, Stan Douglas's photos mock-umenting the New York disco scene and post-Independence Angola, and Dan Walsh's hypnotic rhythms.