The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see if you could jetset from one international art hub to the next.
Desmond Leung, Tree of Life I, 2013. Ink on paper. 27.5 x 39 inches. On view at The Cat Street Gallery in Beijing, through February 8.
Detail from The Richard Meier Model Museum. On view indefinitely at Mana Contemporary, New Jersey.
Guillaume Leblon, SEA BRASS (fishes), 2012. 57 x 31.5 inches. Brass, sand, towel, shells. On view at MASS MoCA in Massachusetts through April 6, .
Aaron Auja, Untitled (aluminum entrance conscious of itself), 2013. Wood. 65 x 34.5 inches. On view at 55 Gansevoort in New York.
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