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What Does the New MoMA Mean for Modernism? And What Was Modernism Anyway?
The reimagined Museum of Modern Art tries to open itself up.
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How Jerry Saltz Learned to Love the MoMA Again
This year, MoMA reminded us just how indispensable and, at times, spectacular it can be.
The Storied History of the Most Expensive Picasso Ever Auctioned
The 60-year journey from canvas to Christie’s of
Les Femmes d’Alger (Version
Saltz: Picasso’s Monochrome Paintings Display a Rainbow of Emotion
Brilliantly conceived and installed by Carmen Giménez, the Guggenheim’s show zeroes in on Picasso’s use of black and white and gray.
One More Art Theft and We’ve Got a Trend
Thieves in Marseilles stole a Picasso lithograph and four paintings from a collector.
Adam K. Raymond
The Museum of Modern Art in Paris Should Probably Invest in a Better Alarm System
Because five paintings were just stolen.
Picasso Sells at Auction for World-Record Price
’Nu’ sells for $106.5 million.
Jerry Saltz at the Met’s Picasso Show
See a “chapel to eroticism.”
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: ‘A Stylized, Screwball Comedy’
And more from the magazine’s critics.
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So, What Did Pablo Picasso Look Like Naked, Anyway?
Find out in this recently unearthed watercolor!
Picasso frolics in John Richardson’s definitive biography.
John Richardson’s nimble, riveting narrative has lost none of its momentum in this third installment of Picasso’s four-volume bio.