Named after a collection of stories and essays by Henry Miller, David Zwirner’s summer group show makes use of the gallery’s vast space and deep holdings of historical and contemporary art. Standouts include several dozen of On Kawara’s I Got Up postcards (1958-76), Mason Williams’s enormous 1967 silkscreen of a Greyhound bus (conveniently foldable into book form) and a trio of geometric weavings by Ruth Laskey (2012).
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