Work of Art's Sucklord made an action figure of Jerry Saltz. So we asked Jerry to review it.
Gosling gets immortalized in paint, makes you consider opening the Ryan Gosling Museum.
Jerry Saltz does not mince words when it comes to collector-columnist Adam Lindemann's anti–Art Basel Miami Beach screed.
Art second, parties first.
SO MANY ugly Renaissance-era babies!
Bliss is a masterpiece.
$4,400,000 for a picture of the Rhine? We'd better brush up on Instagram-ing those boring foliage photos we took.
He tells Vulture about his upcoming performance art piece, in which he chats up the dead playwright.
Dude walks around with a giant live TV on his head, or Halloween in San Francisco? TRY BOTH!
Why couldn't they have made this with Mel Gibson? Who needs Helen Hunt?
Robots can be hoodlums, too!
She says it was "the highest form of art."
Fun with time lapse!
"They’re workmanlike and they do their job. They’re not trying to be something they’re not."
Amy Shackleton doesn't need brushes.
His Gagosian exhibit draws some criticism.
"If you confront the Black Lodge with imperfect courage, it will utterly annihilate your soul."
What's that coming out of her ... oh wait, it's Big Ben.
Just in time for Oscar season.
A real thing that a real pizzeria is really doing.
It's exactly what it sounds like.
Chewbacca, C-3PO, Darth Vader, and more!
Taken from his Instagram account.