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This week we check out abstract paintings by elder stateswoman Sonia Gechtoff at Nyehaus, Enrico Castellani's monochrome reliefs and installations at Haunch of Venison, and Klara Kristalova's fantastical glazed ceramics at Lehmann Maupin.
This week we check out Suzanne McClelland's word paintings and wacky video installation at Sue Scott, Jim Hodges's glam disco-ball-and-mirror-heavy exhibition at both Gladstone Gallery locations, and Nan Goldin's sensory-overload photos at Matthew Marks.
This week we check out Richard Mosse's color-warping photos of war-torn Congo at Jack Shainman, Tom LaDuke's layered paintings and materially surprising sculptures at CRG and Joe Sola's humorously gruesome video at Blackston.
This week we check out Sarah Braman's architectural sculptures made from a chopped-up camper at Mitchell Innes & Nash, Tommy Hartung's eerie stop-motion film at On Stellar Rays and Paul McCarthy's predictably creepy take on Snow White at Hauser & Wirth.
This week we check out Byron Kim's monochromatic painting of the night sky at James Cohan, wonder how much oil paint Allison Schulnik's used in her canvases at ZieherSmith, and travel back to a time when Peter Hujar, Paul Thek and David Wojnarowicz were still alive and making work with, about and inspired by one another.
This week we check out Marilyn Minter's video of a toddler splashing around in silver paint at Salon94's Bowery location, Nava Lubelski's lovingly mended household items at LMAK Projects and 20-plus years of Bill Jacobson's photos at Julie Saul.
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 are seven fall shows our team of editors can't stop talking about.This week we check out Sharon Horvath's sexy abstract paintings inspired by Japanese prints and ancient maps at Lori Bookstein, Anton Kannemeyer's comix-inspired paintings about South Africa at Jack Shainman, and Marta Chilindron's movable Plexiglas sculptures at Cecilia de Torres.
This week we check out the Oakes' Twins take on perception at the Cue Art Foundation, and Zhang Enli's Western technique's at Hauser & Wirth.
This week we check out two new video portraits by Oleg Tcherny at Miguel Abreu, Sara Greenberger Rafferty's smeary photo manipulations at Rachel Uffner, and marble and rattan sculptures by Yutaka Sone at David Zwirner.
This week we check out a historical show of work by artists associated with North Carolina's Black Mountain College at Loretta Howard, hand-drawn animations by up and coming Katie Armstrong at BravinLee programs, and Richard Serra's mazelike steel sculptures that make Gagosian's vast gallery feel crowded.