Mary Henderson plunders photo-sharing sites for recent vacation photos of bored teens and breeders making their seasonal suburban exodus to the beach. Then, she appropriates them into photo-realistic portraits. Her work is a nod to late-19th-century Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist art theme of languishing “bathers,” a  remix of the banal as “archetypal” and just a tad bit creepy.  Mary Henderson, May 12 – Jun 11, Michael Lyons Wier, NYC