Worldwide icon-chevron-right North America icon-chevron-right United States icon-chevron-right New York State icon-chevron-right New York icon-chevron-right Top five shows: Mar 29–Apr 4, 2012

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Courtesy Andrew Kreps GalleryRobert Overby, “Paintings from the ’80s” at Fredericks & Freiser + Andrew Kreps GalleryThis Los Angeles artist, who died in 1993, gets a two-gallery revival of his post-Pop paintings, which combine figurative and abstract elements. Thu 29–Apr 28
 (Courtesy Scaramouche)2/5
Courtesy ScaramoucheIrina Korina, “Demonstrative Behavior” at ScaramoucheKorina’s work evokes Russia’s fortunes since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Through May 13
 (Courtesy Team Galley)3/5
Courtesy Team GalleyStanley Whitney, “Left to Right” at Team GalleryWhitney's abstractions never grow old. Thu 29–Apr 28
 (Courtesy David Zwirner)4/5
Courtesy David ZwirnerStan Douglas, “Disco Angola” at David ZwirnerDouglas’s seemingly authentic photographs re-create disco-era New York City and Angola, Africa. Through Apr 28
 (Courtesy of the artist)5/5
Courtesy of the artistRalph Lemon at Studio Museum in HarlemFilms and photos capture the choreographer’s collaborations with a former Mississippi sharecropper. Thu 29–May 27

Top five shows: Mar 29–Apr 4, 2012

The best of the week in art.


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