- November 14, 2011 | The Art Review
- The Redemption of Maurizio Cattelan
I expected a punch line by the art world’s favorite jokester, but left the Guggenheim in awe.
- November 7, 2011 | The Art Review
On the Metropolitan Museum’s swoon-inducing new galleries devoted to art of the Near East.
- October 3, 2011 | The Art Review
- Imported From Detroit
Matthew Barney’s epically mystic Egypto-industrial detritus sculpture inspires and transports.
- September 26, 2011 | The Art Review
At MoMA, the full, amazing, ever-evolving, never-retreating story of Willem de Kooning.
- September 19, 2011 | Feature
- Photos of the Artists As Young Men
Robert Rauschenberg’s portraits of his extraordinary friends.
- September 5, 2011 |
- Missing-Persons Posters
Street art with awful power.
- August 29, 2011 |
- Why de Kooning Matters
On the eve of the AbEx master’s retrospective, his biographer (and our former critic) Mark Stevens chats with Jerry Saltz.
- June 27, 2011 | Intelligencer
- Generation Blank
The beautiful, cerebral, ultimately content-free creations of art’s well-schooled young lions.
- June 13, 2011 | The Art Review
- Making the Spirits Dance
Mark Grotjahn’s sinews of paint take on lives of their own.
- May 30, 2011 | The Art Review
- Drawing From Nightmares
Kara Walker returns to basics and makes her most powerful images yet.