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Top five shows: May 23–29, 2013

The best of the week in art.

 (Photograph: © Walker Art Center)
Photograph: © Walker Art Center

“Hopper Drawing” at Whitney Museum of American Art
Some of Edward Hopper’s greatest hits on canvas are paired with more than 200 works on paper in this first-ever museum survey devoted to Hopper’s drawings. Thu 23–Oct 6

 (Photograph: Hyla Skopitz)
Photograph: Hyla Skopitz

“The Roof Garden Commission: Imran Qureshi” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Pakistani artist has created a kind of large-scale painted carpet for the Met’s rooftop that features a floral pattern emerging out of splattered blood-red paint. Through Nov 3

 (Photograph: Mareike Tocha)
Photograph: Mareike Tocha

Andreas Schulze, “Windows” at Team Gallery
The veteran German painter presents images of cartoonishly bulbous window frames looking out over acrid color gradations suggesting the skies of an alien world. Through June 23

 (Photogrpah: Courtesy Hockney Pictures and Pac)
Photogrpah: Courtesy Hockney Pictures and Pac

“David Hockney: The Jugglers” at Whitney Museum of American Art
This multiscreen extravaganza represents the famed artist’s first foray into video installation. Thu 23–Sept 1

 (Photograph: Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery)
Photograph: Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery

Marc Quinn, “All the Time in the World” at Mary Boone Gallery
The YBAer—who once caused a sensation with a self-portrait bust cast in his own frozen blood—goes for middle-age mellow with large bronze sculptures of conch shells. Through June 29