When you look at the eight prototypes as art, what do you see?
The newly fortified ticket price is a drag. But what got us here is worse.
In David Velasco, the magazine has a new editor, new energy, and new purpose. Thank God.
In many ways it is a sign of art’s complexity that it generate a wide variety of responses.
Artists from Kara Walker to Jonathan Horowitz address the Trump era with fire and fury.
This enchanted mise-en-scène is devoted to Wilde’s tragic last chapter: his trial and imprisonment for homosexuality, followed by his death in exile.
One look at this painting tells me it’s a sham.
The Metropolitan Museum’s new show is a stupendous metaphysical-visual exhalation.
The late critic’s 1971 essay blew through the gates of art-world patriarchy.
I wish I didn’t feel as conflicted as I do about this show that surveys “gender beyond the binary.”
The four paintings are hung behind a cage of cyclone fencing.
Thank God for Peter Saul.
It’s extraordinary to see an artist responding so well to the incredible political storm blowing all around us.
None of this has anything to do with art.
MoMA has been this broken spatial matrix since November 4, 2004, the day it reopened with great fanfare.
It’s not a matter of art being becoming more political. But the more I look for signs of artistic vitality, the more frustrated I’ve become.
A great work of art from 1875 that’s never been seen in any museum.
Now let’s see if we can keep it up.
▶️ Nobody can do it like Jerry.
He was the art world’s man in black, our mysterious you-want-it-darker Vito di Milo.
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