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Phoebe Hoban

February 21, 2011 | Feature
The Great Leap Forward

Artist Laurie Simmons finds her perfect subject.

February 22, 2010 | Topic
The Other J.D. Salinger

J.D. Salinger fans in need of a fix don’t have to wait to see what surfaces from his hideaway.

May 22, 2006 | Book/Author Profile
Zen, Lawsuits, and Poetry

Why is Leonard Cohen so downright content these days?

July 28, 2003 | Feature
The Shock of the Familiar

Fred Wilson has an uncommon touch with common things. His art—and the discomfort it provokes—is in the context. Could be why the carabinieri didn’t quite get it at the opening of the fiftieth Venice Biennale, where he is America’s representative.

May 26, 2003 | Profile
The Artful Dealer

Larry Gagosian sits at the pinnacle of the art world, with his architect-designed galleries and an A-list roster of artists and clients. But his famous wheeling and dealing, the government claims, included millions of dollars in evaded taxes. Has he painted himself into a corner?

January 11, 1999 | Feature
The Mod Squad

Banished to the sidelines during the art world's post-eighties hangover, painting is finally back in the picture. But the new generation of New York painters is smitten with technology, suspicious of hype, and avowedly sober.

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