- August 30, 2010 |
- The Great American Pessimist
Don’t be fooled by the veneer of friendly nostalgia. Edward Hopper was ahead of his—and our—time.
- April 14, 2008 |
- How I Made It: Cindy Sherman on Her 'Untitled Film Stills'
"When I moved to New York, in the summer of ’77, I was trying to think of a new way to take pictures and tell a story."
- January 21, 2008 | Intelligencer
- The Aristocrat
Philippe de Montebello’s triumph of strategic snobbery.
- September 3, 2007 |
- Nether World
The Met embraces Rembrandt and his Dutch peers as only it can.
- April 16, 2007 | The Art Review
- Instant Classic
The Met’s new Greek and Roman galleries are perfect for scholars and Byronic dreamers alike.
- April 9, 2007 | The Art Review
- Water People
Venice and Barcelona could accept impurity and flux better than most places—and were all the richer for it.
- April 2, 2007 | The Art Review
- The History of Herstory
The Brooklyn Museum’s new feminist-art center shows us that sisterhood can be both powerful and clichéd.
- March 5, 2007
- Britney Spears, Outsider Artist
The real, albeit unwitting, meaning behind Brit’s acting-out.
- March 5, 2007 | The Art Review
- Remain in Light
Jeff Wall is the most exciting kind of contemporary artist—one who engages the past, and lives up to it.
- February 26, 2007 | The Art Review
- Plato’s Retreat
Contemporary art is reflexively cynical. But a cynic is nothing without a utopian ideal.