Minimalism pure and simple is on the menu at David Zwirner. The sleek, glossy sculptures of the late Westcoast artist John McCracken look like they came straight from a factory floor but the vibrant leaning planks, plinths, and wall-mounted rods were painstakingly sanded, painted and glossed to perfection by hand. Color and gloss owe a debt largely to the Californian obsession with cars but the influence of fellow minimalists like Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, and Carl Andre are unmistaken. McCracken’s bright sleek slabs are flawless meditations on the complexities and limitations color; they explore the intersection between sculpture and architecture; and proffer important concerns with repetition and clarity. At David Zwirner through April 15.