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Phyllis Kind, Powerhouse Gallerist, 1933–2018
Phyllis Kind, art-dealer extraordinaire, changed my life. Twice.
Anthony Bourdain Has Died
The reported cause was suicide.
Tom Wolfe, Pioneer of
and New Journalism, Dies at 88
In a city of people who wear black, the man in the white suit.
Tom Wolfe on Marie Cosindas, an Artist Who Created Something Completely New
A photographer who worked as no one else did.
Hollywood Icon Debbie Reynolds Dead at 84
The entertainment legend died after suffering a stroke.
Actress Carrie Fisher Dead at 60
She had suffered a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles Friday.
Legendary Singer-Songwriter Leonard Cohen Dead at 82
“We have lost one of music’s most revered and prolific visionaries.”
Remembering Director Curtis Hanson, Dead at 71
director died on September 20, at 71.
British Comedy Actress and Writer Caroline Aherne Dead at 52
She was best known for her starring turns in
The Royle Family.
Actress Patty Duke Dead at 69
A representative confirmed her death.
Garry Shandling Was One of American Television’s Greatest Artists
He made the kind of comedy you could barely stand to look at, and couldn’t look away from.
On Pierre Boulez (1925–2016)
The great, difficult French conductor-composer has died at 90.
Jerry Saltz on Franz West, 1947–2012
“An elephantine influence.”
On Adrienne Rich, 1929–2012
“I have nothing but myself / to go by.”
Deborah Solomon on the Cuddly Side of Hilton Kramer (1928-2012)
Beyond the truculent public face, a charming mentor.
Jerry Saltz: On Helen Frankenthaler, 1928–2011
“There was picture-making, pure and simple. And beauty. Lots of it.” –