Left: Devan Shimoyama, CryBaby (2016); Right: Devan Shimoyama, Daphnes Prayer (2016). Images courtesy of Lesley Heller Workspace.
Left: Keltie Ferris, To be titled, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York. Right: Becky Kolsrud, Group Portrait with Security Gate, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and JTT.
Works by Raul de Nieves. Images courtesy of Company Gallery.
Installation view of “Elysian Redux” at Asya Geisberg Gallery. Photo by Etienne Frossard. Courtesy of Asya Geisberg Gallery.
Installation view of Héctor Arces Esparsas at Taymour Grahne. Photo courtesy of the gallery.
Left: Jordan Kasey, woman with plants, 2015; Center: Lenz Geerk, CLOSER II, 2015 Lenz Geerk; Right: Anthony Miler, Untitled, 2016. Images courtesy of Thierry Goldberg Gallery.
Left: Alexandra Noel, Devil Dog I, 2016; Right: Alexandra Noel, Ponytail Palm, Sleep Tight, 2016. Images courtesy of Bodega.
Emily Wissemann at 99¢ Plus
June 3–July 3, 238 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn
Emily Wissemann, Sultan (2016), Blanking (2016), and If You Lived Here (Doppleganner I). Images courtesy of 99¢ Plus.
Left: Jordan Kasey, Person with Mirrors; Right: Jordan Kasey, Roller Coaster. Images courtesy of Signal.
Left: Greg Allen-Muller, hyper realistic straight lines/w blue fade and kickstand release valve, 2016; Right: Chris Succo, ABLE TO SMILE VERY NATURALLY, 2016. Images courtesy of New Release.
Installation view of “Space Oddity” at Sardine, Brooklyn. Photo courtesy of Sardine.
Stefan Sagmeister: What is Happiness