Ellsworth Kelly Plant Drawings, at the Met, is the first "major museum exhibition dedicated exclusively to his plant drawings."
Spy: The Secret World of Espionage, at Discovery Times Square, is an "interactive new family friendly exhibit that takes you beyond the Hollywood fiction and puts you face to face with the secret truth that goes on behind the scenes."
Pothole, at Salon 94, is an all-star show featuring the work of Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz, Sarah Lucas and Julie Mehretu, among others.
Brendan Smith's work, currently on view at Louis B. James with David Mramor, "reveals the physical engagement inherent in their making as embodied in a unifying formal system of coils."
A Painter and His Muses, Edouard Vuillard's show at the Jewish Museum, "offers a fresh view of the French artist's career, from the vanguard 1890s to the urbane domesticity of the lesser-known late portraits."
The photographs in Surfland, Revisited, Joni Sternbach's show at Rick Wester Fine Art, are "ghostly and vibrant, ancient and modern, sturdy yet precious."
Matthew Brandt's show at Yossi Milo further "revives his traditional photographic techniques through various production processes, including handmade papermaking and gum-bichromate."
George Dureau's show at Higher Pictures "consists of fifteen black-and-white photographs of black men from New Orleans."
There's So Much I Want to Say to You, Sharon Hayes's show at the Whitney, "examines the nexus between politics, history, speech, and desire."
The International Center of Photography has an interesting show of Civil War photographs depicting the propaganda created by Northern artists and caricaturists.
Richard Avedon's show at Gagosian consists of his "legendary photographic murals and related portraits."
Marco Breuer is not a conventional photographer- which is a good thing. See his most recent work at Von Lintel through June 23.
Bill Bollinger's retrospective at the Sculpture Center focuses on his work from 1966-1970.
Sturtevant's show at Gavin Brown's Enterprise is her first exhibition in the US for 7 years.
Hana Liden's show at Maccarone closes June 16.
Finalist, Bill Adams's show at KS Art, "expands his ongoing cat motif into new territory."
Lisa Kereszi's show at Yancey Richardson "depicts places of recreation long past their prime."
Evelyn Hofer's show at Danziger Projects is "the first large scale American retrospective of this important and pioneering photographer."
Sperone Westwater, consists of "recent postcard paintings that feature imagery from secondhand souvenirs, imaginary landscapes, and art about art."
Simon Preston closes June 15.
Nicelle Beauchene, consists of "photographs by way of distrust."
Canada consists of dot paintings created by prime numbers.
Acquavella, is the "most comprehensive Works on Paper Exhibition by Freud in the United States."