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3 Sentence Reviews of Marlene Dumas, Dan Colen, and 11 Other Art-World Big Shots
Let’s read the tea leaves on the upper end of the food chain.
How to Tell If Your Child Is a Future Art Star
ProjectArt hosts an exhibition of the very early works of famous artists.
This 8-Foot Candle Portrait Mesmerized Me
Jerry Saltz on Urs Fischer’s giant wax sculpture of artist-director Julian Schnabel.
Can Art School’s Cool Kids Grow Up to Be Anti-Bullying Activists?
Talking to Tara Subkoff and Urs Fischer about Subkoff’s directorial debut
Saltz: Money, Insularity, and a Huge Controversy for the New Museum
I sorely want to defend the New Museum. Unfortunately, the institution may have outsmarted itself.
Urs Fischer Skips Own New Museum Opening; Interactive Sculpture Disappoints
The work, a motion-activated replica of a human tongue called ‘Noisette,’ is intended to result in a “mischievous slapstick routine.”
Tony Shafrazi Defaces ‘Guernica’ Again
Two strippers dressed as cops wheel out a cake decorated with Picasso’s ‘Guernica,’ tempting the gallery owner yet again.
Artist Urs Fischer Digs His Own Hole
Oh to be an artist and gain permission to saw, drill, and dig in posh, white-walled spaces and leave the mess behind you.