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March 24, 2008
Bidding Adieu

An Arbus collector heads to auction.

March 10, 2008
The Biennial Annex

Tequila. Dancing. Heavy-metal nuptials.

March 10, 2008
The Facebook Biennial

How social networks have taken over this year’s Whitney festivities.

February 18, 2008
The Annotated Artwork: ‘Waiting’

The Japan-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota has made a strong U.S. solo debut with Waiting.

February 4, 2008
The Gist: Why Fauvism Is the Art World’s New Impressionism

Impressionist and modern art are booming alongside contemporary art.

December 17, 2007
The Year in TV

Angie Harmon renewed our faith in the cop show, Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver blew up the class divide, Queen Latifah doled out condoms, and Michael Keaton self-imploded.

December 17, 2007
The Year in Art

Matthew Barney walked around with a dog on his head, Kara Walker terrified, Richard Prince tanked, things looked up at the Whitney, and the Lower East Side came into its own. Meanwhile, as the sixth borough beckoned, the Met once again reminded us why it reigns supreme.

December 10, 2007
After Bilbao, the Deluge

How well do the newest “destination museums” work?

November 26, 2007
Data: Gender Studies

Is MoMA the worst offender? We tallied how women fare in six other art-world institutions.

November 26, 2007
Where Are All the Women?

On MoMA’s identity politics.

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