The recently opened exhibition, “Naturalia”, impeccably curated by the talented Danny Moyninhan, is yet another jewel-like, museum-quality art exhibition courtesy of the venerated dealer Paul Kasmin. This time, nature with its frightening unpredictability, serene beauty and shockingly brute force is being examined through a series of fine examples of artists’ perception and interpretation of the natural world. Some notable works include meticulous and wonderfully executed 18th century nature illustrations by Barbara Regina Dietsch and Walton Ford’s contemporary response to them; Damien Hirst’s dead fly cemetery; an exquisite miniature still life by Jan Brueghel the Elder; Sean Landers’ majestic markhor; Sam Taylor-Johnson’s ethereal video “Still Life”; and Fred Tomaselli’s brooding nocturnal landscape. Here is Albrecht Dürer’s imaginary Rhinocerus from 1515 which is beautifully juxtaposed with a monumental Walton Ford interpretation of the same mammal. Through March 4.