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Photograph: Courtesy Haunch of VenisonGünther Uecker at Haunch of VenisonFor the first time since 1966, this long-established German artist, known for his “nail-art” abstraction, is showing new pieces in New York. As always with his work, his latest efforts are informed by their subtextual condemnation of political violence. Fri 9–Dec 21
Photograph: Courtesy Gladstone GalleryCarroll Dunham at Gladstone GalleryThese new paintings by Lena’s dad, done in his signature cartoonish style, continue to pursue his favorite theme of late: female nudes bathing in an arcadian landscape. Sat 10–Dec 22
Photograph: Courtesy Michael WernerEugène Leroy, “Nudes” at Michael WernerThe work of this French painter was a peculiar mix of early-modern and midcentury-modern tendencies. Through Jan 5
Photograph: Courtesy BortolamiDaniel Buren at Bortolami + Friedrich Petzel GalleryThe French Conceptualist, known for his site-specific wallpaper installations featuring alternating stripes of color and white, is feted by shows at Bortolami and Petzel. The former presents new works, while the latter hosts a retrospective. Fri 9–Dec 22
Photograph: Courtesy Lisa Cooley GalleryAlice Channer, “Cold Blood” at Lisa CooleyReferences to fashion and the human body abound in these otherwise seemingly abstract installations by British artist Channer. Sun 11–Dec 23