No one can accuse the German sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard for pusillanimity. Breath-taking and grand, her work touches upon the monumentality of the spirit and the limitless voracity of the human ambition. Several new works aim to harness the intense corporeality of nature by wresting arteries, cavities, and gigantic florets out of cedar wood and channelling them into awe-inspiring burst of movement. They remind of the authority of nature and the conspicuous smallness of man. At Galerie Lelong through June 23.