- 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.
- March 26, 2012 | Feature
- Eight Hours at the Comfort Inn
The zingiest art fair of the season was a one-day affair in a Lower East Side motel.
- March 12, 2012 | The Art Review
- Leaving Babylon
The Whitney Biennial’s curators consider the post-crash afterlife.
- February 23, 2012 | The Art Review
- Big-Government Conservatives
The New Museum's triennial survey needs a dollop of anarchy.
- February 20, 2012 |
- Cindy Sherman: Becoming
Jerry Saltz on the artist who continues to transform herself—this time, for New York.
- February 13, 2012 | The Art Review
- After-Christmas Inventory
Klara Liden channels the poignancy of discarded streetside trees.
- January 16, 2012 | Feature
- Spots and Sharks and Maggots and Money
How Damien Hirst took over the world.
- 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.