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Between $18 cocktails at The Armory Show and two floors of great art at SPRING/BREAK, there's a lot to see this weekend, the tail-end of Armory Week. The highest concentration of Brooklyn galleries and artists is, unsurprisingly, at New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and at SPRING/BREAK—Hyperallergic called NADA "the perennial cool-kids fair" and New York Magazine's Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz said of SPRING/BREAK, "I really saw a lot of good stuff at this one last...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  MUSEUMOFAMERICABOOKS: FATIGUE BONES—JOHN SZLASA John Szlasa's solo show at MuseumofAmericabooks provides a perfect platform for hiding and seeking: a corner door mirrors hanging windows, sans reflection or view. The casts are weird but recognizable, and, as the gallery's writing suggests, "at odds and at play with abstraction's claims to purity and ethereality." Szlasa's work, sculptural and simple, tends to build space. This show stays on-trend in that sense, but allows viewers...

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