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Photograph: © Burt Glinn/Magnum Photos“Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective” at the Whitney Museum of American ArtThis exhibition is the most definitive survey to date of Jay DeFeo, the West Coast artist best known for her monumental painting The Rose. Thu 28–June 2
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Photograph: Musée d'OrsayImpressionism, Fashion and Modernity” at The Metropolitan Museum of ArtMasterpieces of Impressionism are shown alongside period costumes to examine the impact of mid-19th-century fashion on French artists of the time. Tue 26–May 27
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Photograph: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum“No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Artists from Asia are featured in this survey mounted under the auspices of the Gugg’s Global Art Initiative. Fri 22–May 22
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Photograph: Courtesy Untitled GallerySCOPE New York 2013 at Skylight at Moynihan StationThis year’s edition of the art fair featuring 55 contemporary art galleries from around the world moves to a new location: the mail-sorting room of the old James Farley Post Office. Wed 6–Mar 10
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Photograph: Courtesy Art Dealers Association of AmericaADAA: The Art Show Park Avenue ArmoryThe Art Dealers Association of America’s annual fair offers the chance to peruse some of the world’s most impressive, museum-quality pieces on the market. Wed 6–Mar 10

Top five shows: Feb 28–Mar 6, 2013

The best of the week in art.

By Howard Halle

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