- October 15, 2012
An artist treks almost 1,200 miles on land and water, from Warsaw to Paris, and gets it all on video.
- October 8, 2012
- Clinging to the Wreckage
Thomas Hirschhorn sees past the sunny surface of life on a cruise ship—and in the art world.
- April 9, 2012
- Can’t Look Away
Photographer Alex Prager’s high-intensity L.A. melodrama.
- March 12, 2012
- Leaving Babylon
The Whitney Biennial’s curators consider the post-crash afterlife.
- February 23, 2012
- Big-Government Conservatives
The New Museum's triennial survey needs a dollop of anarchy.
- February 13, 2012
- After-Christmas Inventory
Klara Liden channels the poignancy of discarded streetside trees.
- November 21, 2011
- It’s Payback Time
Sherrie Levine’s retrospective turns a very cold eye on the gender dynamics of the art world.
- November 14, 2011
- The Redemption of Maurizio Cattelan
I expected a punch line by the art world’s favorite jokester, but left the Guggenheim in awe.
- November 7, 2011
On the Metropolitan Museum’s swoon-inducing new galleries devoted to art of the Near East.
- October 3, 2011
- Imported From Detroit
Matthew Barney’s epically mystic Egypto-industrial detritus sculpture inspires and transports.