This surprisingly eloquent visual essay groups wood and metal works by Andre with topnotch paintings and sculpture by his contemporaries in the force field of minimalism. Tacit bonds of mutual sympathy emerge between Andre’s floor pieces in lustrous copper, satiny zinc, or plain lead and abstemious canvases by Brice Marden, Agnes Martin, Robert Ryman, and Robert Mangold. A wall sculpture by John Chamberlain and a Sol LeWitt wall drawing play well with the others. It’s of interest that works by Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, and Frank Stella decidedly do not. Through Dec. 5.