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Review: Leibert’s “Reflex” evokes Murakami’s slightly askew world

Mark Leibert’s Reflex, at Sandler Hudson Gallery through July 8, is an exhibition of portraiture and abstraction that is, from first encounter onward, faintly disconcerting.
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