- March 3, 2008 | The Art Review
- Fever Dreams
A show about archives gets brilliantly lost in the vaults.
- February 25, 2008 | The Art Review
- Éminence Grise
“Jasper Johns: Gray”shows off an imagination that works in non-imaginative ways.
- June 2, 2008 | Intelligencer
- Tower of Rabble
An elegy for the city’s folk-art monumentalism.
- July 14, 2008 | Intelligencer
- Beacon of Hope
Does Philippe Vergne have what it takes to keep Dia from being DOA?
- September 15, 2008 | Intelligencer
- Modern Machinery
With new curatorial direction, the MoMA should speed up, and the Guggenheim should slow down.
- February 11, 2008 | The Art Review
- Artist in Residence
When Guy Ben-Ner goes to Ikea, he’s not there for the meatballs.
- February 4, 2008 | The Art Review
- Emerging, After All These Years
The gallery gold rush has allowed artists who’ve spent decades on the fringes to grab at the prize.
- December 24, 2007 |
- 34. Because You Can Never Finish Seeing the Metropolitan Museum of Art
You can have your Prado, your National Gallery, your Hermitage.
- 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 | The Art Review
- Little House on the Bowery
Has the New Museum sold itself short?