The multi-disciplinary practice of Scottish artist Lucy Skaer is primarily concerned with the subjectivity of imagery and the manipulation of mental imprints of images through mass media. Albeit a difficult visual leap, a new series of abstract highly polished copper sculptures are based on the animal illustrations in the beautifully illustrated medieval hunting book Le Livre de Chasse by the French count Gaston III (an important manuscript, pages of which can be viewed at the Morgan Library). Instead, their flattened, sharp forms remind of elegantly executed snares and traps with which the wild creatures were captured. Elsewhere, Skaer jazzes up old floorboards and windows of her old childhood home with precious materials and expensive processes and thereby blurs the boundaries between personal memories and the luxury items with which we often try to preserve nostalgia. At Peter Freeman through June 2.