By Alex Distefano
By Scott Snowden
By Anna Merlan
By Steve Almond
By Jena Ardell
By Jon Campbell
By Alan Scherstuhl
By Tessa Stuart
March 29-June 10
ICP, 1133 Sixth Avenue, 860-1777
The first extensive show of the artist's work with photography and video. Also here: a wide-ranging survey of Hans Bellmer's unsettlingly erotic images of bound and twisted female mannequins.
New work by the fiendishly inventive British photographer.
April 5-May 5
PaceMacGill, 32 East 57th Street, 759-7999
"Portraits," photos of the artist's figurative sculpture, coincides with her show at ICP.
Black-and-white images of drapery and masked sunlight as well as a video installation by a German photographer known for his bracing austerity.
April 6-May 6
Wessel + O'Connor, 242 West 26th Street, 242-8811
Flynt's familiar underwater fluidity is combined with daguerreotype imagery in small pieces here, but his ''Projection'' series ups the scale and the ambition of this charged layering of the physical and the psychological.
April 19-June 2
Throckmorton, 153 East 61st Street, 223-1059
The Miami-based photographer, who left Cuba as a teenager in 1960, returned in 1999 to make this series of finely observed urban landscapes.
The primary subject of the abstracted, milk-white models in his new photos is Jefferson's Monticello, but other work was inspired by his gallery's new Chelsea space, which this show inaugurates.
May 1-June 2
Janet Borden, 560 Broadway, 431-0166
In his always welcome annual appearance here, Friedlander shows photos of his grandchildren and other youngsters in his immediate family.
May 5-June 9
RARE, 435 West 14th Street, 645-5591
The photographer pops up in various adolescent guises, often seven or eight times within a single frame.
May 5-June 2
Paul Cooper, 534 West 21st Street, 255-1105
Dream tableaux set in Las Vegas.
ANDREA MODICA+VICTOR SCHRAGER
May 10-June 30
Edwynn Houk, 745 Fifth Avenue, 750-7070
Still lifes by two reflective visionaries.
May 10-June 23
Roth Horowitz, 160a East 70th Street, 717-9067
Radical abstractions, this time with color, by a photographer who crafts his own cameras and lenses.
DINH Q. LE
May 17-June 16
P.P.O.W., 476 Broome Street, 941-8642
The Vietnamese-born photographer, whose previous work involved literally weaving secular and religious imagery, shows new images printed on fabric.
May 30-July 7
Paul Kasmin, 293 Tenth Avenue, 563-4474
This process-oriented photographer shows images of clouds, celestial bodies, and New York architecture to coincide with the publication of his first book.
May 31-July 7
Ricco/Maresca, 529 West 20th Street, 627-4819
The perennial fashion photographer shows large-scale, manipulated color images of the muscular male nude.
Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, 423-3500