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Mark Stevens

May 30, 2005 | Art Review
Collision Course With Reality

Not quite a photorealist, not quite a photographer, Malcolm Morley gives an ironic kick to painting’s oldest function: documenting the familiar.

May 23, 2005 | Art Review
Jaded Beauty

Jack Goldstein and Gregory Crewdson continue dancing on the line between earnest and distanced.

May 2, 2005 | Art Review
The Interpretation of Dreams

Gritty and grounded, Max Ernst managed to dig out the more substantive side of Surrealism.

April 18, 2005 | Art Review
Toxic Cuteness

At the Japan Society’s “Little Boy,” Hiroshima leads directly to Hello Kitty.

April 4, 2005 | Art Review
Has Damien Hirst Jumped the Shark?

The provocateur’s new paintings still can’t get much beyond his need to shock.

March 28, 2005 | Art Review
American Graffiti

“Basquiat” is a bit too reverent, but it catches the messy energy of the artist in his moment.

March 14, 2005 | Art Review
Naked Eye

Diane Arbus's raw brilliance is exposed beautifully at the Met.

February 28, 2005 | Art Review
Curtain Up

The Gates may be a minor Christo work, pooh-poohed by the art Establishment. But as event, as spectacle, as public gesture—whoah!

February 21, 2005 | Art Review
In Black and White

“Ellen Gallagher: DeLuxe” confronts issues of race not with hectoring but with clever, even antic, satire.

February 14, 2005 | Art Review
Lush Life

Drawings by Rubens and Twombly form a perfect duo—with more in common than you might expect.

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