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Mark Stevens

March 8, 1999 | Art Review
"Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz"
February 22, 1999 | Art Review
War Stories

A Guggenheim exhibit of his works from the World War II era amounts to a case for Picasso as the quintessential twentieth-century artist.

February 8, 1999 | Art Review
Victorian Secrets

In Julia Margaret Cameron's nineteenth-century photographs of women, glimpses of life as it is dreamed, not lived.

February 1, 1999 | Art Review
Going Postal

At the Whitney, the playful, eccentric Ray Johnson and his art and life of correspondence (in both senses of the word).

January 25, 1999 | Art Review
Court Jester

Dosso Dossi, an overlooked Renaissance painter more concerned with art for its own sake than with any lofty ideals, gets a reputation-building show.

January 4, 1999 | Art Review
Prussian Blues

In his deeply layered works on paper, Anselm Kiefer stares down Germany's dark past.

January 4, 1999 | Art Review
Duane Hanson
November 22, 1998 | Art Review
Making Waves

Visionary clothing designer Issey Miyake, the subject of an exhilarating retrospective and book, just may be the most joyful artist working today.

October 12, 1998 | Art Review
Finding Their Roots

Two African-American painters who turned to Europe for inspiration -- and found a home away from home.

October 5, 1998 | Art Review
In Brief: "Louis Comfort Tiffany at the Metropolitan Museum of Art"
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