Leonardo Drew likes to think of his work as layering and solidifying experiences. A raw physicality hedges the self-destructive versus built, regeneration versus decay. His monumental “Number 215” bursts out debris and wood like an exploding tsunami that spills from the ceiling and windows of  Galerie Lelong. Smaller sculptures in the adjacent gallery sprout darkly stained roots on stacked wood which conjure primordial fits of raw energy. The exhibition is congruent with Drew’s first outdoor public art installation at Madison Square Park that reverses the idea of the city green and instead introduces an imaginary city into a park. At Galerie Lelong through August 2 and Madison Square Park through December 15.