Murder! Mayhem! Colorful crumpled paper! Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer hijacks imagery from the Mexican drug war, making intricate sculptural photographic compositions of tattooed brutes, mourning widows, rotting junkies and bullet-riddled cars. Usually working with the themes of colonialism, Beijer mimics drug paraphernalia and Dia de los Muertos flourishes. Death, death everywhere. It’s chaotic and obsessive, and entirely too pretty for something so damn morbid. See it at “Marabunta,” Jasper de Beijer, May 31 – Jul 7, Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York