On first blush, Brian Calvin’s female close-ups can only inhabit the up-tight world of New York or extreme image consciousness of neurotic Los Angeles. But Calvin is not interested in representation or telling stories. Instead, his surrealist often-cropped faces are carefully constructed landscapes composed of lips, eyes, nails, and noses on monochrome, bright backgrounds. They produce a fresh and glossy Philip Guston-like cartoon realism that feels disconnected from reality but just enough perceptibility to envision the detached girls of New York and LA. At Anton Kern through October 7.