With all the attention to art-world fossil fuel investments, Marjolijn De Wit’s latest series should both charm and frustrate. Sorry for the Damage turns elite apologia inside out, bringing together symbols of wealth and gorgeous nature scenes. Butterflies, diamonds, and plated dinners flutter and float in heavily wooded environments — all of which were accomplished by juxtaposing advertisements and editorial photographs from National Graphic magazines. Here, De Wit exposes the true value of what we produce, and how many must suffer on its behalf.
Asya Geisberg Gallery (asyageisberggallery.com)
537 West 23rd Street, Chelsea, Manhattan
Through December 17