New York-based painter Lisa Yuskavage’s show of new works has just opened at the David Zwirner Gallery and there’s a deliberate yellow-green haze weaving through each one of her Dalí-esque pastoral scenes of paganistic nudes, letting their mystically-luscious long locks and pendular breasts swing in the dusk. There’s something “vulgar” and “angelic” about them, sprawled erotically in the fields, surrounded by pots, apples and Russian peasants. Lisa Yuskavage, Sep 27 – Nov 5, David Zwirner Gallery, NYC