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November 5, 2007
The Wild One

The late Steven Parrino was bent on destroying painting in order to save it.

October 22, 2007
The Elephant in the Room

Why you should give a crap about Chris Ofili’s new paintings.

September 17, 2007
Back From the Brink

MoMA relives painting’s postwar near-death experience.

July 16, 2007
Cocktail Culture

The European megashows, under the glitz, are all about the power of the unexpected mix.

July 2, 2007
Ugh, Venice

Biennials are boring and bloated—yet we trudge from one to the next. There must be a better way to see art.

June 18, 2007
Buona Serra

A museum custom-built for Richard Serra delivers on its wishes for shock and awe.

June 11, 2007
A Real Bummer

The Whitney’s “Summer of Love” show needs to come down from its psychedelic high. The stuff just wasn’t that good.

June 4, 2007
Deal or No Deal

Takashi Murakami’s show is nakedly commercial; “Underdog” strikes an opposite pose, to much the same effect.

May 21, 2007
It’s Boring at the Top

Is Andreas Gursky—the highest-priced photographer alive—running out of ideas?

May 14, 2007
Conspicuous Consumption

Rirkrit Tiravanija once again makes dinner for gallerygoers—this time, with self-references as a side dish.

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