Yesterday's Stars at Today's Prices
By Michael Musto
The Many Sacrifices of Captain Van Thach
By Capt. James Van Thach told to Jonathan Wei
Greta Gerwig Isn't Your Average It Girl
By Kera Bolonik
Tom Hanks Tells Me What People Do To Him On The Subway
Mona Eltahawy, Agent Provocateur
By Nick Pinto
LGBT Purists Would Love a Gay Mayor. Just Not Quinn.
By Steve Weinstein
Julianne Moore on Maisie, "Carrie", and Sarah Palin
'Modern Family' Star On Gay Terminology, Gurl
May 10-June 23
Mary Boone, 745 Fifth Avenue, 752-2929
Pliable new images by this painter of the plastic fantastic.
May 11-June 16
James Cohan, 41 West 57th Street, 755-7171
This naughty YBA, whose art involves patriarchal (and patricidal) authority issues, solos here. His spookily realistic Dead Dadshrunk to infant-sizewas in "Sensation."
'FRANK O. GEHRY RETROSPECTIVE'
May 17-August 26
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, 423-3500
The multinational McGugg, known for great containers and compromised shows, brings an unassailable architect inside for a retrospective. Will his titanium halo silence complaints?
'LEON GOLUB: PAINTINGS 1950-2000'
May 18-August 19
Brooklyn Museum of Art, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, 718-638-5000
Giants, dictators, terrorists, mercenaries, thugs, and sphinxes do dirty deeds in some 35 gruff works exploring excesses of individual and institutional power.
June 2-September 16
New Museum, 538 Broadway, 219-1222
This show tracks the South African artist's animated films, drawings, and performance workswhich meld the personal and the politicalfrom 1989 to the present.
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