Mike Kelley, Lucy Dodd, Eleanor Ray, and more.
A Peeta is a pouch of bread.
"Maybe longtime instructors — like me — might have their hours cut back to make room for newer teachers to take the stage."
"I wanted to run my tongue on a couple of the paintings."
From Kanye to Peeta.
"They toggle back into demented sincerity while simultaneously remaining alien."
The art you’re walking past on your way to the famous stuff is sometimes better than what you’ll see when you get there.
"I've said this enough times, and I am done complaining about it."
"Williams's new paintings suspended me in an optic warp."
Art critic Jerry Saltz and architecture critic Justin Davidson tour the museum after its $69 million renovation.
Jerry Saltz, unplugged.
Our art critic will answer anything!
In your screaming face, Edvard Munch.
Christie's expects $10 to 15 million for a Christopher Wool piece. And then it will rarely ever be seen in public again.
On the scene at Gaga's latest happening.
Who's Chris Hemsworth?
"All the paintings are pointlessly big, physically unoriginal, and aimlessly narrative."
He’s a risky subject for the Guggenheim, one that might alienate wide audiences and critics alike.
Could we be any more awesome?
From appalling to passable.
Shine bright like a Hollywood diamond.
"People like Banksy because other people have liked Banksy."
A crowd gathered on the Upper West Side and the scene got a little wild.