- April 4, 2005 | Art Review
- Robert Gober
Robert Gober's first New York gallery show in eleven years is a heavily mannered, personal, and at times puzzling attempt to process a global event.
- January 23, 2006 | Feature
- The Non-Manhattan Project
Andrea Zittel bolted New York for the California scrub—and now the art world comes to her desert home.
- January 9, 2006 | Feature
- Show and Tell: Helen Levitt
“It’s not interesting to take pictures of people going places. You have to go to neighborhoods where they’re standing still or sitting.”
- December 12, 2005 | Feature
- Provocateur: Marina Abramovic
"I don't rehearse, because performance art is not about rehearsal; that's what makes it different from theater."
- October 17, 2005 | Feature
- Show and Tell: Yinka Shonibare
“Of course, there’s the relationship between the church and colonialism,” says Shonibare. “But I'm also concerned with the poetic and the poise.”
- October 3, 2005 | Feature
- Lines in the Sand
Is Jenny Holzer’s art in danger of being washed away by the digital storm that surrounds her?
- July 18, 2005 | Feature
- Show and Tell: William Eggleston
William Eggleston's Photo Portraits at Cheim & Reid.
- November 22, 2004 | Feature
- Conversation: Lisa Yuskavage And Tamara Jenkins
When artist Lisa Yuskavage was preparing a book of small paintings of sexualized young women, she invited a close friend, Slums of Beverly Hills director Tamara Jenkins, to write an introduction.
- January 17, 2005 | Feature
- Show and Tell: Peter Hujar
In the late seventies and early eighties, Peter Hujar roamed the no-man’s-lands of downtown New York after-hours and turned his camera on fellow nightcrawlers.
- April 4, 2005 | Feature
- Show and Tell: Elmgreen & Dragset
Clamber down the basement steps of the Bohen Foundation, on West 13th Street, and you’ll be descending into End Station, a site-specific project by a pair of artists known as Elmgreen & Dragset.