1. Robert Rauschenberg
For his new series, “Scenarios,” the master collagist transfers fragments of photographs—some found, some his own—onto aluminum panels, delivering a uniquely fractured view of the American landscape.
2. Janet Malcolm
At Lori Bookstein Fine Art
Yes, that Janet Malcolm. The essayist and novelist makes art incorporating truncated words and phrases as well as materials she’s collected—everything from book covers to library cards and frayed bedsheets.
3. Ray Johnson
At Feigen Contemporary
Almost 50 collages, including several previously unseen works from his estate, reflect the artist’s personal rapport with his peers, from de Kooning to Cage to Warhol.