Springtime for Hitler

A New Exhibit at the Jewish Museum Produces an Uproar

ELINOR CARUCCI
May 9-June 15
Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, 627-4819

This show of big color photos that further Carucci's probing investigation of intimacy, both with her immediate family and her own body, celebrates the publication of the artist's first book, Closer. (Aletti)


ORIT RAFF
May 9-June 22
Julie Saul Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, 627-2410

The men we love to hate: a detail of Piotr Ulanski's The Nazis
photo: Adam Reich
The men we love to hate: a detail of Piotr Ulanski's The Nazis

An installation about the vicissitudes of housework that involves photos of eroded soap bars and used work gloves. (Aletti)


LARRY SILVER
May 16-July 27
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, 504 West 22nd Street, 627-3930

This former Photo Leaguer shows studies of suburban Connecticut in black and white. (Aletti)


LEE BUL
May 17-July 7
New Museum of Contemporary Art, 583 Broadway, 219-1222

"Live Forever," a user-friendly environment with karaoke capsules by this renegade feminist from Korea, whose work went wild after her "Projects" installation at MOMA—which included sequined dead fish—was more than staff nostrils could bear. (Levin)


FREDERIC WEBER
May 17-June 29
Yancey Richardson Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, 646-230-9610

Nude torsos, both male and female, by a photographer who suffuses his monochromes with menace and mystery. (Aletti)


RUSS MEYER
May 31-July 6
Feigen Contemporary, 535 West 20th Street, 929-0500

Photos, primarily of super-vixens, made from the '50s to the '80s by the director known for his kitsch fantasias and soft-porn spectacles. (Aletti)

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