Argo Bongo is a group exhibition of sculpture currently on at the Rivington Arms Gallery in New York through November 21. The focus is on ordinary objects, for the most part, used out of context. Materials play an important role in these pieces, such as the rubber and shoelaces used by Daniele Frazier in Faces or the wood and pants in Petrova Giberson’s Forget Yellow, which refers to the absence of yellow pants. The most compelling are the Two Cats by Eva LeWitt who has created the fighting felines out of sponges bound with electrical tape. The juxtapositions are very unusual, and of course, that is precisely what makes them so interesting.