“In the global state of war, potential zones of conflict are everywhere, from the streets of New York City to the mountains of Afghanistan,” writes curator Miguel Amado, having assembled various artifacts re:borders — borders around Mexico and Palestine, inside Baghdad and Belfast, et al. What’s in the landscape of our perpetual wars? Ivan Grubanov’s piles of Dead Flags. A surplus army blanket, a hammer and a bottle of Beefeater Gin, or Sam Durant’s Colonial Hospitality commenting on U.S.’s self-proclaimation as the world’s policeman. Check the tighly assembled show: “The Walls That Divide Us,” group show curated by Miguel Amado, Nov 9 – Dec 22, Apexart, NYC