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September 11, 2006
The Reign From Spain

The Whitney recalls a moment when there was Picasso and then everyone else.

September 11, 2006
An Inconvenient Half-Truth

From Oregon’s clear-cut forests to Israel’s pine groves planted over the ruins of evacuated Arab towns, these artists show the “natural” environment as less a refuge than a global battleground.

September 11, 2006
Season of Change

Chelsea—now with a shiny new Frank Gehry tower—heads into a white-hot fall.

September 11, 2006
Television Preview

Campbell Scott and Hope Davis may not like TV, but they hope it likes them; an expert guide to shows inspired by Saturday Night Live.

September 11, 2006
You Don’t Know Paree

Cafés, flaneurs, artists in garrets: “Americans in Paris” shows us why that romantic image refuses to fade away.

September 11, 2006
Why to Watch ‘The Wire’

Devotees of The Wire will nag you to watch this underrated show, which you should. But with season four, even die-hards might be nervous.

September 11, 2006
The Not Ready for Prime Time Playoff

How to tell the difference between NBC’s dueling SNL-inspired shows.

September 11, 2006
Taking the Long View

Brice Marden gets MoMA’s full-on éminence grise treatment.

September 11, 2006
We Can Work It Out: 'Standoff'

How exactly does one dream up the concept for a hostage-negotiation procedural/romantic-action comedy like Standoff?

September 11, 2006
Like 'House'? Then You'll Love...

Now there’s Shark, a clever variation on House’s formula, substituting lawyers for doctors and inserting the just-hammy-enough James Woods as the central sourpuss.

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