- February 12, 2007 | Feature
- The Endless Fifteen Minutes
Twenty years after his death, Andy Warhol refuses to fade away. His darkness is his legacy.
- January 22, 2007 | The Art Review
- The Rich Were Different
A century ago, they really knew how to spend money.
- January 8, 2007 | The Art Review
- The Way of All Flesh
Yes, Kiki Smith’s art can shock. But she’d rather make you a little sad.
- December 25, 2006 | The Art Review
- Émigré From Another Planet
Two fresh looks at Saul Steinberg’s perfectly off-kilter urban landscape.
- December 18, 2006 |
- The Year in Art
It was a year of gigantism: A huge show of Dada. Norman Foster’s diamond-faceted 46-story tower. A $135 million Klimt. The Lower East Side galleries kept gaining stature. And the Morgan Library bulked up without sacrificing its charm.
- December 4, 2006 | The Art Review
- The Spanish Exposition
Once again, the Guggenheim tries to cram an entire culture—this time Spain’s—into one sweeping show. But, oh, those Goyas.
- November 27, 2006 | The Art Review
- Life’s Not a Cabaret, My Friends
At the Metropolitan, those vicious, vulgar Weimar portraits get to bare their teeth.
- November 20, 2006 | Feature
- Chelsea Morning
New York needs a museum that really knows how to deal with contemporary art, and the downtown Whitney could be it—if it has the nerve.
- November 13, 2006 | The Art Review
- The Imperial War Museum
Manet's Execution of Maximilian is the exceedingly rare piece of political message art that really delivers.
- November 6, 2006 | The Art Review
- The Big Chill
Brice Marden saw how to cool down Abstract Expressionism without quenching the fire.