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November 13, 2006
The Imperial War Museum

Manet's Execution of Maximilian is the exceedingly rare piece of political message art that really delivers.

November 6, 2006
The Big Chill

Brice Marden saw how to cool down Abstract Expressionism without quenching the fire.

October 30, 2006
The Allure of the Garret

“Americans in Paris” recalls the years when, if you wanted to paint, you moved to Montmartre.

October 9, 2006
At the Bull's-Eye

Picasso, the devouring father who gave birth to so much American art.

October 2, 2006
Earth in the Balance

In “Ecotopia,” we face up to our cold war against nature—and our deep unease about its potential result.

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.

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