Top five shows: Mar 28–Apr 3, 2013

The best of the week in art.

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  • Photograph: Courtesy Gavin Brown's enterprise

    Elizabeth Peyton at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
    Peyton presents new drawings, paintings and monotypes for her first solo show at the gallery since 2008. The artist’s patented Pop Romanticism throbs through the works here. Fri 29–May 11

  • Photograph: Courtey Postamsters

    David Diao, “TMI” at Postmasters
    The gallery’s final show at its Chelsea location features a 22-year survey of the veteran painter, known for his rueful comments on art history and his struggle to find a place in it. Through Apr 27

  • Photograph: Courtesy The Hole NYC

    “Chicken or Beef?” at The Hole
    Danish curator Jesper Elg takes viewers on a tour d’horizon of recent trends in figurative painting. Through Apr 20

  • Photograph: Brooklyn Museum

    “LaToya Ruby Frazier: A Haunted Capital” at the Brooklyn Museum
    In this black-and-white photo series, Frazier measures the decline of her hometown, Braddock, PA by focusing on members of her family. Through Aug 11

  • Photograph: Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery

    Justin Matherly, “All industrious people” at Paula Cooper Gallery
    The artist presents sculptures made from walkers topped by concrete forms, which are based on an ancient stone relief from Turkey dating to the reign of Antiochus I (281–261 B.C.) Through Apr 27

Photograph: Courtesy Gavin Brown's enterprise

Elizabeth Peyton at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
Peyton presents new drawings, paintings and monotypes for her first solo show at the gallery since 2008. The artist’s patented Pop Romanticism throbs through the works here. Fri 29–May 11


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