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A Radical New History of Queer Modernism, 1933–1950
The bodies are sensual, on display, sexually presenting, in carnal states of being — all expressing an otherwise forbidden sexuality.
The Painting Jerry Saltz Can’t Stop Thinking About
is an orgy of ferociousness.
On the Nearly Indescribable Light in Diane Arbus’s Last Photographs
Is it about to rain? Dusk? Something else? Go to David Zwirner to see.
Raymond Pettibon’s Punk Prophesy
The perfect punk artist for the Trump era has a show at the New Museum. Here’s a sampler.
Oscar Murillo Perfectly Represents the Art World
How lucky, and unfortunate, for the 28-year-old artist.
Jerry Saltz on John McCracken, 1934–2011
The minimalist sculptor was “a great space cowboy.”
Decades of Painter Alice Neel in a Single Sweep
See 29 portraits and nudes in our slideshow.
Saltz: Adel Abdessemed’s Fighting-Animal Video Sparks Art-World Uproar
The conclusion of many was that “art should be moral.” That’s when I started to get uncomfortable.