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Photograph: Courtesy The Munch Museum/The Munch-Ellingsen Group/Artists Rights Society (ARS)“Edvard Munch: The Scream” at Museum of Modern ArtBe prepared to be jostled: MoMA is displaying the same pastel study for Munch’s modernist classic that fetched nearly $120 million at Sotheby’s in May—the highest sum ever paid for a work of art at auction. Through Apr 29
Photograph: Steven Sloman“Richard Artschwager!” at Whitney Museum of American ArtThis retrospective covers the career of Richard Artschwager, who has been creating a brilliantly eccentric mélange of Pop Art, Minimalism and conceptual art for 40 years. Thu 25–Feb 3
Photograph: Stephen WhiteAntony Gormley, “Bodyspace” at Sean Kelly GalleryThe British sculptor inaugurates the gallery’s expansive new space with his latest works. Sat 27–Dec 22
Photograph: Courtesy D'Amelio GalleryRoland Flexner at D’Amelio GalleryThis French artist, who lives and works in New York, turns to liquid graphite and, in a first, colored inks, to create diaphanous, dreamlike veils that drift across the compositions like billows of smoke or gaseous nebulae in deep space. Thu 25–Nov 24
Photograph: Courtesy Leo VillarealLeo Villareal, “BUCKYBALL” at Madison Square ParkVillareal’s monumental salute to the genius of designer Buckminster Fuller illuminates the Flatiron District’s favorite green space. Thu 25–Feb 28