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Mark Stevens

May 29, 2000 | Art Review
Roads Less Traveled By

The Guggenheim's expansive "1900: Art at the Crossroads" presents revisionist art history, forsaking chronology and refusing to judge.

May 22, 2000 | Art Review
A View With Some Room

In his grandiose landscape paintings, Frederic Edwin Church staked out that typically American space between the sideshow and the sublime.

May 15, 2000 | Art Review
Metaphysical Culture

Unlike most spiritually inspired Western art, the sub-Saharan African works on display in the Met's "Art and Oracle" haven't lost their religion.

May 8, 2000 | Art Review
It's All in the Rist

Pipilotti Rist's mix of fifties-era kitsch and postmodern self-awareness delivers a savvy commentary on the state of contemporary art.

April 17, 2000 | Art Review
Barbell Dolls

Are the pumped-up female bodies on display in "Picturing the Modern Amazon" really showing us what liberation looks like?

April 17, 2000 | Art Review
Painters in Paris: 1895-1950
April 3, 2000 | Art Review
Built for Comfort

"Sanitation" aside, amid all the pop effluvia and Internet art at the 2000 Whitney Biennial, there's a sense not of anger but of ease.

March 27, 2000 | Art Review
The Revision Thing

With "Making Choices," the Museum of Modern Art continues to rethink and rearrange its collection, and the results are eye-opening.

March 20, 2000 | Art Review
Saints Elsewhere

The flowing lines and sweeping shapes of a little-known medieval sculptor are enough to tarnish Rodin's reputation.

March 13, 2000 | Art Review
21st-Century Express

Trainloads of New Yorkers head to Long Island City for a new show surveying the year-2000 state of local art -- but where's the painting?

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