This exhibition featured sculpturally informed monoprints and drawings by David Lasry, which were shown in conjunction with some of his print collaborations at Two Palms Press, New York, an enterprise he founded in 1994. Lasry’s monoprints record enigmatic silhouettes, each a variation on the same three-dimensional wood relief. When viewed in succession, they turn in space against gently mottled blue backgrounds, becoming increasingly and seductively indeterminate with each shift of position. In contrast, his monochromatic ink drawings comprised paired silhouettes, each outline mirroring the other save for selected areas of solid color. Lasry’s print collaborations highlight the individual stylistic predilections of the participating artists, from Carroll Dunham’s grimacing, cartoon-like grotesques and Jessica Stockholder’s exuberant, anything-goes assemblages, to Mel Bochner’s numerical progressions, Terry Winters’s black-on-white “Graphic Primitives,” and Sol LeWitt’s color-coded stars.