Saltz: Architecture Killed the American Folk Art Museum
The minimalist sculptor was "a great space cowboy."
Plus: A fresh look at Rudolf Stingel.
“I hope you like it for more than fifteen minutes,” said the artist.
"Andy is in the air we breathe; Liz was in the air he breathed."
Well, he did leave the keys in the ignition.
Jerry Saltz on art fairs good and bad, plus Chelsea's best meal.
Edouard Manet wrote us a letter!
Christian Marclay's 'The Clock' is a 24-hour ode to time.
Including the the Jerry Saltz Abstract Manifesto, in Twenty Parts.
Whatever Oppenheim's work meant, you immediately got that he was taking art into the world, and bringing the world into his art.
The tip of the tip of an iceberg of something extraordinary.
There's indecency to be rooted out!
Jerry Saltz answers your questions about bad art, good biographies, and the Smithsonian controversy.
"Anselm Kiefer at Larry Gagosian: Thumbs-up? Thumbs-down? Why?"
Bush looks out at us undisturbed and pleased.
To me, nothing in the art world is neutral, and the idea of “disinterest” strikes me as boring, dishonest, dubious, and uninteresting.
Museums that work, museums that don't.
What's the one thing a dealer should never do to a critic?
Let’s make our own power list: Call it “Jerry Saltz’s Vulture 100."