Art critic Jerry Saltz and architecture critic Justin Davidson tour the museum after its $69 million renovation.
"The American idioms appear to have sprung from a phrase book edited on another planet."
The artists in Soundings all seem to live in isolation booths.
He's given visitors a new reason to raise their gaze.
Recently, he has embarked on a different kind of wandering, which brings him to the Celebrate Brooklyn! festival on June 21.
Why architects have never stopped paying tribute to him.
Our art and architecture critics walked through it together.
"The orchestra was methodical in purging its Jewish members; thirteen were expelled, and five of them were murdered."
"At 90, she was still writing circles around the rest of us."
And four other equally pertinent questions.
Thomas Adès’s The Tempest, “John Cage at 100,” and more.
"Gelb has only his own judgment to fall back on, and nobody to tell him when it’s flawed."
The company has four chances to save itself.
The current of conviction flowing from him has flickered.
Whoever succeeds Zarin Mehta as executive director will have to work to continue breaking down the idea that the Philharmonic is forbidding and elitist.
"Maybe this is flimsiness’s moment."