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September 25, 2006
Buy Low, Sell Very High

The dealer who brought us Van Gogh, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Picasso, revealed at the Metropolitan.

August 7, 2006
It’s the Little Things

In petite portraits of princes and princesses—and even of himself— Liotard found depths of personality.

July 10, 2006
The Anxiety of Influence

Ninety years later, Dada should give Chelsea the willies.

June 19, 2006
Green Party

A spiffed-up Madison Square Park gets the kind of summer visitors that New Yorkers actually like.

June 12, 2006
Drizzle With Dazzle

Pollock’s works on paper are more intimate than his giant paintings, but no less artful in their freedom—and control.

June 5, 2006
Le Freak

The Metropolitan rediscovers Girodet—and Enlightenment France never looked so kinky.

May 22, 2006
Urbane Organic

A retrospective recalls the short, productive career of Eva Hesse, where Surrealism met Minimalism.

May 8, 2006
Inner Beauty

Renzo Piano’s Morgan Library looks blah from the street—but it may be the city’s only walk-in reliquary.

April 24, 2006
Race and Gender on Fifth Avenue

Two shows—one of ancient art, one contemporary—prove that the Met knows its way around modern obsessions.

April 10, 2006
What Does Africa Look Like?

A new photography show at ICP reminds us to reexamine the clichés of the Western eye.

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