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David Zwirner

  1. 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.
  2. excerpt
    When Playwright Jeremy O. Harris Met Artist Jordan Wolfson“Everyone’s queer for clout now.”
  3. 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.
  4. art
    The Painting Jerry Saltz Can’t Stop Thinking AboutPaul Cadmus’s Herrin Massacre is an orgy of ferociousness.
  5. photography
    On the Nearly Indescribable Light in Diane Arbus’s Last PhotographsIs it about to rain? Dusk? Something else? Go to David Zwirner to see.
  6. gallery
    Raymond Pettibon’s Punk ProphesyThe perfect punk artist for the Trump era has a show at the New Museum. Here’s a sampler.
  7. Read Marcel Dzama and Raymond Pettibon’s Zine“This story, if it is one, deserves the closure of a suicide.”
  8. profile
    Oscar Murillo Perfectly Represents the Art WorldHow lucky, and unfortunate, for the 28-year-old artist. 
  9. seeing out loud
    Saltz on Oscar Murillo’s Candy Art“A nightmare of self-congratulatory hubris.”
  10. art
    Artist Raymond Pettibon on His Scrawled RevelationsHe has faith in the collaging of cultural clutter.
  11. art review
    Jerry Saltz on Jeff Koons’s Concurrent ShowsNew Paintings and Sculpture at the Gagosian Gallery and Gazing Ball at David Zwirner.
  12. profile
    The Trials of Art Superdealer Larry GagosianFor the past two decades, he’s been the most powerful gallerist in the world by a wide margin. Now he’s facing two bruising lawsuits.
  13. art
    Jerry Saltz on John McCracken, 1934–2011The minimalist sculptor was “a great space cowboy.”
  14. art candy
    Decades of Painter Alice Neel in a Single SweepSee 29 portraits and nudes in our slideshow.
  15. artsy
    Saltz: Adel Abdessemed’s Fighting-Animal Video Sparks Art-World UproarThe conclusion of many was that “art should be moral.” That’s when I started to get uncomfortable.