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  1. art
    Dan Colen Is Alive and Well, Painting and Farming UpstateThe onetime art world bad boy still paints. But instead of raising hell, he’s raising pigs and sheep.
  2. art
    Donald Judd’s Minimalist Legacy Is All Around UsThe artist wanted his work totally empty. Which allowed the world to make anything out of it.
  3. art du jour
    Ben Affleck Breaks His Silence on Lying About His Back Tattoo“It felt invasive.”
  4. art
    Jerry Saltz on Robert Andy Coombs’s Taboo-Breaking PhotosIn his work, you can see crescendos of pleasure, helplessness, and fear.
  5. losses
    No One Looked at New York Like Jason PolanHis was an art of taking pleasure in and appreciating the people, places, and things of the world.
  6. art
    NYC Almost Killed This Artist, But Now, at 40, She’s BackShannon Cartier Lucy was an up-and-coming artist (and nanny to bigger artists) but had to flee the city. Then someone saw her new work on Instagram …
  7. legacies
    John Baldessari Was Anything But BoringHis art was mystically simple: splendid when it was good, entrancing and gleeful when it was great.
  8. the lost canon
    Beauford Delaney Very Nearly Disappeared from Art HistoryAs a black, gay painter, even when he was celebrated, it was not as an equal to his contemporaries.
  9. obits
    John Baldessari, the Godfather of Conceptual Art, Dead at 88Baldessari famously burned his entire oeuvre in 1970, baking the ashes into cookies that were later displayed at the MoMa in New York.
  10. best of 2019
    The 10 Best Art Shows of 2019From an art-world protest to a radically original self-portraitist.
  11. art
    Man Duct-tapes Banana to Wall, Makes $240,000, Credits New York MagazineHowever, a prankster has now eaten the banana.
  12. art
    Bill Traylor Deserves to Be Exalted Alongside Art’s Greatest NamesBorn into slavery, the artist’s story is a vision of American hell, but his work is transcendent and essential.
  13. obits
    Robert Freeman, Iconic Beatles Photographer, Dead at 82The British-born artist shot the album covers for Help!, Rubber Soul, and more.
  14. art
    Hirshhorn Museum Celebrates Intergenerational Artist CrushesLawrence Weiner and Catherine Opie, pothead pals.
  15. vulture festival 2019
    Wanna Be an Artist? Jerry Saltz Will Teach You How at Vulture FestivalSee? We’re educational, too.
  16. party report
    Basquiat’s Art Career Took Off in Part Thanks to an Indie Film“All of the books that talk about Annina Nosei giving Jean-Michel his first studio, that wasn’t actually true.”
  17. art and architecture
    Two Critics — Art and Architecture — Compare Their New MoMA ExperiencesSaltz and Davidson on the newly expanded museum.
  18. instagram
    9 of the Funniest Cartoonists and Illustrators on InstagramMix up your feed with some original work by these very talented artists.
  19. art
    What Does the New MoMA Mean for Modernism? And What Was Modernism Anyway?The reimagined Museum of Modern Art tries to open itself up.
  20. excerpt
    When Playwright Jeremy O. Harris Met Artist Jordan Wolfson“Everyone’s queer for clout now.”
  21. art
    The Return of the Tribeca Art SceneEven though most artists can’t afford to live here, the galleries are back.
  22. loie hollowell
    Loie Hollowell Wants to Be the Amy Schumer of Abstract ArtHer big new show at Pace is about her pregnancy.
  23. fall preview 2019
    The Canadian Cree Artist Remixing History in the Met’s Great HallIsn’t Kent Monkman’s time-traveling, gender-fluid, indigenous sex goddess exactly what art needs right about now?
  24. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Art Shows to See to This FallFrom JR, Amy Sherald, Pope.L, and more.
  25. obits
    Robert Frank, Influential Documentary Photographer, Is Dead at 94Frank broke the mold for photojournalism with The Americans.
  26. art
    Richard Prince and Lisa Spellman Regret NothingThe art-world exes on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of her 303 Gallery.
  27. art
    Ranking New York’s Most Toxic Museum BoardsWho might activists try to take down next?
  28. one grand books
    William Wegman’s 10 Favorite BooksCharles Dickens, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and more.
  29. art
    A True Protest BiennialArtists are withdrawing from the Whitney left and right, making good on the radical politics of the show.
  30. art
    Why Did It Take So Long for the World to Recognize the Genius of Joseph Yoakum?In fairness, it took me a long while, too.
  31. art
    How Alexander Calder’s Wee Circus Was Brought Back to LifeThe show must go on at the Whitney.
  32. art du jour
    That Fancy Bachelorette Museum Date Would Only Set You Back $10,000Seems reasonable, all things considered.
  33. art du jour
    Will You Silently Weep at These Paintings Like The Bachelorette’s Hannah Did?The Dutch masters always bring the waterworks.
  34. art review
    Alexander Calder’s Circus is Back in TownThe artist’s wee sideshow is restored, and back at the Whitney.
  35. art
    Study Warhol and Basquiat at a School Turned Gallery in Upstate New YorkNeither of these artists was known as a nature lover, of course.
  36. behind the scenes
    Whitney Biennial Artists Reveal the Creative Processes Behind Their 2019 WorkJeffrey Gibson is one of five artists sharing their stories in an upcoming video series.
  37. art
    Women Artists on Their Favorite Artworks at Their Local MuseumsFor a new book, It Speaks to Me, Jori Finkel asked 50 artists to discuss an artwork they find inspiring.
  38. art
    Whitney Biennial Artists Share Mood Boards for Their WorksWhat were they thinking about when they made that?
  39. whitney biennial
    The New Whitney Biennial Made Me See Art History in a New WayThis show demonstrates unmistakably that subject matter is just as important as form.
  40. art
    This Fully Functional Brooklyn Handball Court Is Actually an Art InstallationBring your own balls.
  41. art du jour
    Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney Celebrate Love With This Unique PortraitTruly one of a kind.
  42. art
    For Decades, We All Ate Trump Up. Artist Andres Serrano Asks, ‘Why?’In a Chelsea bar, an artist created a Trump Junk Shop of the president’s 30-year rise to power — most of which passed without our really noticing.
  43. art
    Tom Slaughter’s Polaroid PortfolioThe artist known for his Pop-y paintings and prints had a side project: shooting Polaroid photos, constantly, of everything that interested him.
  44. notre dame
    Artwork Moving to Louvre After Paris’s Notre-Dame FireAbout 5 to 10 percent of the art was lost in the blaze.
  45. art
    How a $1,000 Art-Auction Bet Turned Into a $450 Million ‘Da Vinci’The invention of the Salvator Mundi.
  46. snl
    How the SNL Portrait Became Its Own Art FormThe show’s official photographer runs us through 11 of her favorite shots.
  47. art
    A Radical New History of Queer Modernism, 1933–1950The bodies are sensual, on display, sexually presenting, in carnal states of being — all expressing an otherwise forbidden sexuality.
  48. art
    Is This Really, Truly the End of Western Art?The Bruce High Quality Foundation returns, with a mummy sarcophagus and a pack of smokes.
  49. art
    The Painting Jerry Saltz Can’t Stop Thinking AboutPaul Cadmus’s Herrin Massacre is an orgy of ferociousness.
  50. criticism never sleeps
    Jerry Saltz Is Turning ‘How to Be an Artist’ Into a BookMore signature insight from New York’s own art critic.
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