- April 3, 2006 | The Art Review
- Puppy Love
It’s easy to dismiss William Wegman as “oh, that dog guy.” So why do we keep looking?
- March 27, 2006 | The Art Review
- Radical Meek
Another Whitney Biennial that was supposed to break the mold turns into a solid, stolid survey.
- March 13, 2006 | The Art Review
- No Surrender
As old age consumed Goya, his art grew purer and ever more closely observed.
- March 6, 2006 | The Art Review
- Silent Scream
A retrospective at MoMA proves that Edvard Munch was more about muffling emotion than about letting loose.
- February 27, 2006 | Feature
- The Biennial Question
Every two years comes the critical sniping: “deplorable,” “childish,” “occasionally repulsive.” Have the curators of this year’s Whitney Biennial finally figured out how to make the show matter?
- February 20, 2006
- Moral Minority
Why is the art world so drawn to William Kentridge? Because he’s the rarest of political artists: a subtle, funny one.
- February 13, 2006 | The Art Review
- Mr. Smith Goes to New York
The Guggenheim figures out how to evoke the graceful sculptural groupings that David Smith favored.
- August 7, 2006 | Feature
- The $135 Million Question
Is the Neue Galerie’s new Klimt worth all that gold?
- December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
- Museums Got Supersized.
Moma, the Met, the Whitney, and the rest of the art world joined an expansionist arms race.
- November 8, 2004 | Feature
- When de Kooning Was King
How the Dutch Abstract Expressionist helped redeﬁne New York cool.