Top five shows: May 9–15, 2013

The best of the week in art.

Photograph: Linda Nylind

Frieze New York 2013 at Randalls Island Park
The tent-tastic London art fair is back for its second New York edition. A global array of 180 galleries is setting up shop under a temporary structure overlooking the East River, designed by New York architects SO–IL. Fri 10–Mon 13

Photograph: Peter Lindbergh

“PUNK: Chaos to Couture” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met’s Costume Institute investigates the aesthetics of punk culture and how it has influenced designers like Vivienne Westwood, Karl Lagerfeld and Gianni Versace. Thu 9–Aug 14

Photograph: Courtesy Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects

“EXPO 1: New York” at MoMA PS1
A control-the-weather installation, solar panels and plant cultivation are all part of this “festival-as-institution,” addressing the ecological challenges of the early 21st century. Sun 12–Sept 2

Photograph: Courtesy B.Z. and Michael Schwartz

“Jack Goldstein x 10,000” at The Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum presents the first American retrospective of Jack Goldstein, the Canadian-born artist who became one of the most influential figures in postmodernism. Fri 10–Sept 29

Photograph: Centre Georges Pompidou

“Martial Raysse: 1960–1974” at Luxembourg & Dayan
Raysse, a key figure of Nouveau Réalisme, France’s analog to 1960s Pop Art, often depicted glamorous women, much as Warhol did, though his tone was far darker. Sat 11–July 13