- April 23, 2007 | The Art Review
- Get Me a Brush, Stat!
The National Academy’s splendid show catches a moment when the New York art world thought painting was dead—and took heroic measures to revive it.
- August 31, 2009 |
- Jerry Saltz’s Want-to-Sees
What our critic is most eager for this fall.
- December 19, 2011 |
- 30. Because New York’s Galleries Are the Greatest Single Machine Ever Invented for Exhibiting Art.
Anyone who relishes art should love the extraordinary diversity and psychic magic of our art galleries.
- June 2, 2008 | The Art Review
- The Art World’s Space Invader
Does a Warhol look different when it’s hanging above someone’s TV set? Ask Louise Lawler.
- March 3, 2008 | The Art Review
- Fever Dreams
A show about archives gets brilliantly lost in the vaults.
- December 10, 2007 | The Art Review
- Little House on the Bowery
Has the New Museum sold itself short?
- September 24, 2007 | Feature
- How to Rebuild the Guggenheim
The museum’s next director, whoever he or she is, has to do one thing first: Dump Thomas Krens.
- November 26, 2007 | Feature
- Where Are All the Women?
On MoMA’s identity politics.
- 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.
- February 3, 2014 | Everything Guide
- Alone at the Museum
The nighttime is the right time to meander through the Met.