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March 23, 2009
After the Orgy

Some art-boom heroes (Lisa Yuskavage) feel suddenly dated. Others (Rudolf Stingel) are perfectly present.

March 9, 2009
The Artist Who Did Everything

MoMA’s Martin Kippenberger retrospective takes him back from the academics.

February 16, 2009
Down With the Cube!

White Columns’ anniversary show is a vital reminder that galleries can (and should) enliven art.

February 9, 2009
Reeling In the Years

On Kawara’s latest show calls for participants to read long lists of dates. Sounds easy, right?

January 16, 2009
Manhattan Mega Storage

How can great museums cope with hard times? By pulling great work out of the attic.

January 5, 2009
MoMA’s Sex Change

The museum’s Pipilotti Rist show cheekily feminizes a bastion of masculinity.

December 1, 2008
Sherman’s March of Time

The original chameleon shows her characters’ aging—and is reborn.

November 10, 2008
World in a Bottle

Giorgio Morandi found himself in his vessels and vases.

October 20, 2008
Dark Victory

Van Gogh by night is irresistible.

October 13, 2008
Welcome to the Sixties, Yet Again

Martha Rosler, like too many artists, can’t move beyond the easy arguments of her youth.

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