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.
Lucie Stahl, Surveillance, 2012, Archival inkjet print, UV-Lack, Polyurethane, 67 x 120 cm / 66 x 47 ins, Edition 1 of 3, + 2 AP. On view through June 1 at Vilma Gold, London.
Andreas Slominski, xABCy508z, 2006, Expanded and extruded polystyrene, spackle, paint, 103 x 78.5 inches. On view through June 22 at Wallspace, New York.
Vittorio Brodmann, Puberty, intelligent design and managing your bank account, 2013, Oil, Acrylic on Canvas 38x 64 cm. On view at Leslie Fritz, New York, through June 16.
Amy Bessone, Heroine, 2013, silkscreen on paper, 34 × 25 inches (86 × 64 cm). On view at Salon 94, New York, through June 14.
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