At Laurence Miller Gallery
Paired images by the artists—one of Arbus’s nudist couples alongside Levitt’s fedora-clad pair, for example—allows these familiar images to recombine in unexpected ways.
2. Thomas Allen
At Foley Gallery
In Allen’s work, pulp novels—cut up, reconfigured, and photographed—become three-dimensional, playful still lifes, recalling pop-up books and View-Master reels.
At Edwynn Houk Gallery
Sixty years of black-and-white candids depict poignant moments from everyday life.
At Silverstein Photography
Silver’s early documentary work is juxtaposed here with his recent landscape portraits, which are manipulated by hand—crinkled, chemically treated, even stomped on—in the darkroom.