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Mark Stevens

June 7, 1999 | Art Review
Dream Weaver

The overripe imagination of Gustave Moreau, who turned his back on the prevailing tastes of nineteenth-century Paris -- and on reality itself.

May 31, 1999 | Art Review
A Healer's Art

At the Met's exhibition of an eccentric physician's hoard of paintings, more veneration of Saints Vincent (Van Gogh) and Paul (Cezanne).

May 31, 1999 | Art Review
"Exploring Late Turner"
May 3, 1999 | Art Review
The March of Time

An exuberant show at the Whitney captures Henry Luce's notion of the American Century -- but has precious little to say about art.

April 26, 1999 | Art Review
Greeks Bearing Gifts

The Met finally gives the best collection of ancient Greek art in the Western Hemisphere -- that is, its own -- the setting it deserves.

April 12, 1999 | Art Review
Brave New Welt

Amid the cultural wreckage of postwar Germany, all ties to tradition severed, Sigmar Polke created visionary art that didn't look like "art."

April 5, 1999 | Art Review
Masterpiece Theater

In MoMA's "Museum As Muse" show, artists cast a critical eye at the way museums go about the very act of presenting art.

March 29, 1999 | Art Review
Getting Medieval

Two shows at the Met bring "permanent" collections of art from the Middle Ages (one the museum's own, the other on loan from Assisi) back to new, vivid life.

March 15, 1999 | Art Review
New Brunswick Stew

Forty years on, assessing the achievements and impact of a New Jersey based coterie of artists who turned their backs on Abstract Expressionism.

March 8, 1999 | Art Review
Maximal Minimalist

Long seen as a father of Minimalism, the sculptor Ronald Bladen looks more and more like something else entirely.

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