- November 3, 2008 | Feature
- Frieze After the Freeze
At London’s big art fair, signs of financial trouble abound. But maybe that’s okay.
- October 20, 2008 | The Art Review
- Dark Victory
Van Gogh by night is irresistible.
- October 13, 2008 | The Art Review
- Welcome to the Sixties, Yet Again
Martha Rosler, like too many artists, can’t move beyond the easy arguments of her youth.
- September 29, 2008 | The Art Review
- Looking Out for No. 2
Andres Serrano’s “Shit” is, yes, crap. Skip it in favor of Neil Campbell, who does more with less.
- September 22, 2008 | The Art Review
- Let’s Get Serious for a Moment
Is the apocalyptic art of “After Nature” a sign of a newfound earnestness?
- September 15, 2008 | Feature
- Sex, Death, Dinner
New York’s art critic gets ravished by a legendary Spanish chef.
- September 15, 2008 | Intelligencer
- Modern Machinery
With new curatorial direction, the MoMA should speed up, and the Guggenheim should slow down.
- July 21, 2008 | The Art Review
- Not Just Hot Air
Jeff Koons typifies event art. He also transcends it.
- July 14, 2008 | Intelligencer
- Beacon of Hope
Does Philippe Vergne have what it takes to keep Dia from being DOA?
- June 23, 2008 | The Art Review
- Two Coats of Painting
Tony Shafrazi, the man who tagged Guernica, tries another way of superimposing new art and old.