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December 12, 2005
Show and Tell: Angelo Rizzuto

Let the experts parse whether Rizzuto was a great photographer or merely an interesting one; the rest of us can plunge into the intense, faintly foreign mid-century coiffure and formality of dress.

December 12, 2005
Provocateur: Marina Abramovic

"I don't rehearse, because performance art is not about rehearsal; that's what makes it different from theater."

December 5, 2005
The Gist: 'Darwin'

A museum exhibit about Charles Darwin? That’s timely.

December 5, 2005
Bigmouth Strikes Again

Tracey Emin’s a brassy, confessional celebrity in London. Isn’t it time for New York to pay attention?

November 14, 2005
As the contemporary market sizzles, Phillips de Pury fans the flames.

For many contemporary-art watchers, the Chelsea house is where the real action is.

October 17, 2005
Show and Tell: Yinka Shonibare

“Of course, there’s the relationship between the church and colonialism,” says Shonibare. “But I'm also concerned with the poetic and the poise.”

October 3, 2005
Lines in the Sand

Is Jenny Holzer’s art in danger of being washed away by the digital storm that surrounds her?

September 19, 2005
Love Machine: Robert Indiana

"Most of my work, except the 'LOVE' paintings, is bound up in autobiography, bits and pieces of my life, my geography, my history, my friends."

July 18, 2005
Show and Tell: William Eggleston

William Eggleston's Photo Portraits at Cheim & Reid.

June 27, 2005
Overheard: What Museumgoers Really Thought About "Sol LeWitt on the Roof: Splotches, Whirls and Twirls"

It’s like somebody said he could have this space—he didn’t have enough time to figure out what to do. But if you’re famous, you get to do that.

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