The line between old and new is faint in Elizabeth Lide’s show—old and weathered family keepsakes are enshrined next to drawings, textiles, and objects made from scrap material, culled from years of organic accumulation in the artist’s home and…

David Humphrey’s current solo show at Marcia Wood Midtown, “Between Machine and Animal,” contains the kind of work that might frustrate and baffle viewers. There is something seductive yet indescribable about his work—something that resists confident declarations, easy pigeonholes,…

  Space. Cheryl Goldsleger’s work depicts space—landscape developed and inhabited. Her artist statement opens with a quote from Bachelard’s “Poetics of Space” and a rumination on how “the spaces we know and inhabit” affect us as much as we…