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March 15, 1999
New Brunswick Stew

Forty years on, assessing the achievements and impact of a New Jersey based coterie of artists who turned their backs on Abstract Expressionism.

March 8, 1999
Maximal Minimalist

Long seen as a father of Minimalism, the sculptor Ronald Bladen looks more and more like something else entirely.

March 8, 1999
"Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz"
February 22, 1999
War Stories

A Guggenheim exhibit of his works from the World War II era amounts to a case for Picasso as the quintessential twentieth-century artist.

February 8, 1999
Victorian Secrets

In Julia Margaret Cameron's nineteenth-century photographs of women, glimpses of life as it is dreamed, not lived.

February 1, 1999
Going Postal

At the Whitney, the playful, eccentric Ray Johnson and his art and life of correspondence (in both senses of the word).

January 25, 1999
Court Jester

Dosso Dossi, an overlooked Renaissance painter more concerned with art for its own sake than with any lofty ideals, gets a reputation-building show.

January 4, 1999
Prussian Blues

In his deeply layered works on paper, Anselm Kiefer stares down Germany's dark past.

January 4, 1999
Duane Hanson
December 14, 1998
New Pork, New Pork

A sequel to "Babe" flops at the b.o. and costs a studio head his job -- what do they know? Mixing among the pit bulls in Manhattan, Babe triumphs hammily.

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