Rheims’s color photographs of pretty young women, seen nude or provocatively dressed, are teasingly erotic in a style that recalls Helmut Newton, but more naughty than kinky, and very French. This survey of work dating back to 1991 is full of oversized prints that kill the work’s just-us-girls intimacy and playful wit. Rheims charms nonetheless. Although there are pictures of Marion Cotillard, Madonna, and Monica Bellucci (pouring ketchup on spaghetti), most of the women are models, anonymous bodies in shabby-chic hotel interiors. The setup is seductive, tantalizing, but men are pointedly absent, not invited to this particular party. Through Oct. 30. (Houk, 745 Fifth Ave., at 57th St. 212-750-7070.)