Just a note to any New-York-based readers: Go see Marcel Dzama's spooky drawings and dioramas at the David Zwirner gallery in Chelsea. They feel like fairy-tales gone wrong, with 1940's women, hangings, naked people and trees with heads. ("When you're alone in the woods, you always see faces,'' the Canadian artist has said.) Go to the exhibit; you will love, I promise.
(P.S. Here and here are interviews with Dzama if you're in a reading mood.)
(Photos by Doug Dubois for the NYTimes)