Edith Newhall

  1. PhiladelphiaSoho is so eighties. Chelsea is so nineties. Long Island City is so aughts. But you want to see some art, maybe even buy a little something, and […]
  2. Jungle Fever: Puerto RicoHead for the hills, and a restorative vacation at Casa Grande Mountain Retreat, a former coffee farm.
  3. All the RageCarroll Dunham’s first museum survey comes later than some of his peers’ – he’s 52 – but at the right time and in the right place. His paintin […]
  4. Get the pictureFour up-and-coming Chelsea galleries.
  5. Too Much InformationVideo artist Doug Aitken explores how we filter the world around us.
  6. Calendar GirlLorna Simpson returns to the Whitney with a show of her new photography and latest film, 31.
  7. Team EffortsThe group approach to art-making has rarely been more visible. Sometimes artists pair up, sometimes other professionals join in – and occasiona […]
  8. The New York Awards: ArtThelma Golden and Lowery Sims
  9. The Art World: DepartistsThe city’s heedless economic boom has slowed a bit lately, but that doesn’t mean that the capital of the art world – with its new gallery distr […]
  10. Neel Life StoriesAlice Neel’s portraits stripped her subjects bare – often literally – and expertly revealed their inner lives. On the eve of a Whitney retrosp […]
  11. Biennial AngstMaxwell Anderson wanted to reinvent the Whitney Biennial. And he has, with a crew of curators who have pointedly excluded the gallery world’s fa […]
  12. National GalleriesWashinton D.C.; June 19–20
  13. Mad About ArtNever mind those hangarlike spaces on Broome or West 24th – the art world’s hottest new real estate is on Madison Avenue.