- 1. David Godbold
At Mitchell-Innes & Nash through May 25
Mini ink drawings of religious scenes are overlaid onto found scraps of paper, like shopping lists and love letters, creating ironic twists punctuated with added text.
- 2. Guy Richards Smit
At Roebling Hall through April 28
Smit puts brush to newspaper illuminating political headlines and stories in the New York Times with his own sarcastic musings: Watercolors rarely have such bite.
- 3. Paul Thek
At Alexander and Bonin through May 12
Similarly using the New York Times as canvas, Thek allows text to peek through his thick, vibrant abstractions.