- March 18, 2002 | Art Review
- Irony Lives
- 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."
- 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.
- 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.
- October 22, 2001 | Art Review
- History's Hand
- July 26, 2004 | Art Review
- Human Nature
At the Whitney, an artist who didn’t try to change the environment so much as become a part of it, almost fusing her body with the earth.
- April 17, 2000 | Art Review
- Painters in Paris: 1895-1950
- 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.
- October 6, 2003 | Art Review
- Now, Voyeur
Ambitious photography shows at the Met and the ICP shed light on the way the camera can obscure the truth as much as reveal it.
- November 26, 2001 | Art Review
- Pop Corn
Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People
At the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; through 3/3/02.