- February 11, 2013 | Feature
- Jerry Saltz on ’93 in Art
Twenty years ago, at the 1993 Whitney Biennial, fault lines opened up and the ground shifted.
- December 17, 2012 | The Art Review
- The Best of the Basement
Rooting through MoMA’s century of deep storage for her “Artist’s Choice” show, Trisha Donnelly reveals herself.
- October 15, 2012 | The Art Review
An artist treks almost 1,200 miles on land and water, from Warsaw to Paris, and gets it all on video.
- October 8, 2012 | The Art Review
- Clinging to the Wreckage
Thomas Hirschhorn sees past the sunny surface of life on a cruise ship—and in the art world.
- September 10, 2012 |
- The Art of Tebowing
Our chief art critic, Jerry Saltz, on the viral touchdown celebration as performance art.
- June 11, 2012 | Intelligencer
- It’s Going to Be Huge
Art’s chronic gigantism.
- May 21, 2012 | Feature
- The Philadelphia Story
The Barnes Collection’s splendid new building can’t vanquish art claustrophobia. Yet maybe, just maybe, the old kook knew what he was doing.
- May 14, 2012 | Feature
- Baby Steps
Where does modern art history start? The Met’s predynastic-Egypt show reveals the beginning of everything.
- April 30, 2012 |
- 1. Reject the Market. Embrace the Market.
How I’ve found new magic amid all that money.
- April 9, 2012
- Cubes! The Horror!
Chaos at Armory show.