- May 31, 2010 | The Art Review
- In the End, It Was All About You
How “Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present” turned the viewer into the viewed.
- May 24, 2010 | The Art Review
- Not Just Pretty Gardens
The untamed beauty of Monet’s last paintings.
- May 10, 2010 | The Art Review
- The Picassos From the Basement
The Met’s enormous show of its own collection is short on Cubism—which, in a way, is a blessing.
- April 19, 2010 | The Art Review
- Let’s Reconsider
I found something to like about Marlene Dumas.
- April 12, 2010 | Feature
- What Do You See?
A theater critic and an art critic debate a play about Mark Rothko.
- April 5, 2010 | The Art Review
- Less Than the Sum of Its Parts
“Skin Fruit,” the New Museum’s show curated by Jeff Koons, highlights the cracks in the institution.
- March 8, 2010 | The Art Review
- Change We Can Believe In
The Whitney Biennial is thoughtful, humanly scaled, and blessedly low on hype.
- February 22, 2010 | The Art Review
Twenty years ago, Wolfgang Tillmans reimagined what a photo could be. Now he’s doing it again.
- February 15, 2010 | The Art Review
- How I Made an Artwork Cry
In Tino Sehgal’s work, the viewer gains unexpected power.
- February 8, 2010 | The Art Review
- Gabba Gabba Hey, Leonardo
Agnolo Bronzino was sixteenth-century Italy’s Joey Ramone.