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2007 Stories by Daniel Kunitz

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  • Digital Goes Analog

    published December 25, 2007

    The new show "And Who Are You?" at the Sara Tecchia Roma Gallery features work chosen from Saatchi Online, a website with an open, online gallery... More >>

  • Abuse Your Illusion

    published November 6, 2007

    Jose Alvarez began his artistic life with a spectacular hoax. In 1988, an audience packed the Sydney Opera House to witness him—at age... More >>

  • The Devil and Chris Ofili

    published October 9, 2007

    That great art critic Rudolph Giuliani, then moonlighting as mayor of New York, first made Chris Ofili famous in America when, in 1999, he tried... More >>

  • Treasure Islands

    published September 4, 2007

    If Caribbean art is getting hot, if it's considerably more visible—as suggested by the advent of Circa Puerto Rico, which in 2006 became the... More >>

  • The Again Men

    published July 24, 2007

    In art as in life, repetition can be a bore, a comfort, or even a novelty, depending on the context and how it's done. Each summer in Chelsea, for... More >>

  • The Man in Black

    published July 10, 2007

    Metaphorically speaking, the artist Banks Violette is hunkered down in the parental basement done up like a dungeon. The door is locked, and he... More >>

  • Wish Hue Were Here

    published June 12, 2007

    For decades, people saw color photography in black and white: It was for amateurs or crass commercialism; it was emphatically not for art.... More >>

  • The Gallery Crashers

    published May 22, 2007

    The big, bubble-strutting graffiti tag just inside the door at Barbara Gladstone is largely illegible. That's cool: Its jangly, neon forms are... More >>

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