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Michael Brenson

January 8, 2001 | Art Review
Hidden Heart

Charlotte Salomon's Life? Or Theatre? A Play With Music, Kenneth Noland

January 1, 2001 | Art Review
High Concept

Sol LeWitt: Retrospective

December 4, 2000 | Art Review
Tone Poems

The Still Lifes of Evaristo Baschenis
Metropolitan Museum of Art; through March 4.
Tony Cragg
Goodman Gallery; through December 30.

November 20, 2000 | Art Review
Objets d'Art

Damien Hirst
Gagosian Gallery; through December 16.
Al Held

November 13, 2000 | Art Review
Split Personality

Adrian Piper
New Museum of Contemporary Art; through January 21.
Manabu Yamanaka
Stefan Stux Gallery; through November 25.
Willie Birch
Luise Ross Gallery; through December 22.

October 30, 2000 | Art Review
Natural Woman

Lee Krasner
Brooklyn Museum of Art; through January 7.
Edward Steichen
Whitney Museum of American Art; through February 4.

October 16, 2000 | Art Review
Comes The Revolution

The third of MoMA's brawny surveys of its collection covers the period from 1960 to 2000 -- a time in art, as in the larger world, of violent change.

October 9, 2000 | Art Review
Face the Nation

An exhibit at NYU's Grey Gallery shows how Japanese makeup giant Shiseido spent a century making Asian women fashionably beautiful.

October 2, 2000 | Art Review
Seeing Is Believing

Despite the silly title, the Guggenheim makes the case for six masters of the Russian avant-garde -- all of whom happen to have been women.

September 11, 2000 | Feature
Fall Preview: Art / What's His Line?

He may have achieved éminence grise status, but pioneering Conceptual artist Sol LeWitt is still a true radical, as a Whitney retrospective reveals.

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