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Mark Stevens

November 1, 1999 | Art Review
West World

In Carleton Watkins's exquisite photographs of the developing American West, everything -- natural and manmade -- seems to have a purpose.

October 18, 1999 | Art Review
Shuffling the Deck

For its millennial show on the human figure, MoMA rearranges some familiar works in its permanent collection -- with eye-opening results.

October 11, 1999 | Art Review
High and Low

After more than a century, Ingres still feels mysterious and modern.

October 4, 1999 | Art Review
History Lessens

Great works and surprising moments aside, part two of the Whitney's giant survey of twentieth-century American art feels like a freshman civ course.

September 27, 1999 | Art Review
The Photographs of Adam Fuss
September 27, 1999 | Art Review
Giving Up the Ghost

The Met's huge "Egyptian Art" show manages to dazzle without mummies; whispers of loss in the photographs of Adam Fuss.

September 13, 1999 | Feature
Art: Good-bye, MoMA

Staying true to its mission, MoMA pays final tribute to twentieth-century modernism while clearing its palette for the twenty-first.

July 26, 1999 | Art Review
Christmas in July

This summer's bag of goodies includes the Brooklyn Museum's refreshing "Impressionists in Winter" and Surrealists at the uptown Guggenheim.

July 19, 1999 | Art Review
Photo Opportunism

A provocative Museum of Modern Art show examines how, for better or worse, photography changed the face of fame.

June 21, 1999 | Art Review
Spice Girls

In their Chelsea gallery shows, Tracey Moffatt and Cindy Sherman bring new life to an old subject, as each creates a theater of the perverse.

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