Silke Otto-Knapp, the master of the monochrome grisaille-like painting, returns with a gallery-specific installation of works that explore repetitive movement. Taking cues from modern dance, and simultaneously playing on the repetitiveness in her painting practice, Otto-Knapp presents a series of large canvases that show overlaying scenes of animation: uniform figures at times suspended on austere backgrounds; at times floating in a moon-like landscape of indeterminate place or time. Stand in the middle of the gallery and let the paintings swirl around you – the effect is both disorienting and strangely phantasmagorical. At Mary Boone through February 25.