Jeff Koons's “Michael Jackson and Bubbles” (1988) and other works from the “Banality” series at his Whitney Museum retrospective (through October 19).

Monica Cook's spectacular “Phosphene” (2014), with Rachel Mason's miniature mirror figures looking on in the distance, from This Is What Sculpture Looks Like (through August 2) at Postmasters.

Tom Friedman's epic bas-relief “Toxic Green Luscious Green” (2014), from his current show at Luhring Augustine in Bushwich, Paint and Styrofoam (through August 9), is made entirely of paint and Styrofoam.

Recently spotted this Icy and Sot mural a couple stories up on Ten Eyck Street in East Williamsburg/Bushwick.

I recently reviewed Katrín Sigurdardóttir’s sculptural installation “Foundation” (2013) currently on view at SculptureCenter (through July 28).

A ceramic fountain sculpture in a suitcase by Lina Puerta, from the Lodge Gallery's recent show Mating Season.

Alice Aycock's epic “Cyclone Twist (Park Avenue Paper Chase)” (2013), currently on view on Park Avenue.

Gimhongsok's big bronze sculpture “Bearlike Construction” (2012), on view in Tribeca Park (through November 21), was one of my summer public art picks on artnet News.