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Jennifer Krasinski

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  • 3 months ago

    In an interview with Time magazine last year, Ramsey Orta, the man who recorded Officer Daniel Pantaleo's fatal chokehold on Eric Garner, encouraged viewers not to be afraid to bear witness to violence. "Pull out a camera," he advised. "Once you h...

  • 4 months ago

    So much of what passes for neo-conceptual art — and there is a glut of it these days — would be more accurately labeled "conceptually art." (Aside: Isn't neo always the first clue that the end is here?) If conceptuallyism insists that ...

  • 4 months ago

    By the time cosmetics mogul Helena Rubinstein opened her New York salon in 1915, makeup had become a sign of women’s liberation, an expression of one's own vision of the self. “Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power,” at The Jewish M...

  • 4 months ago

    In couplehood, familiarity may breed contempt, but it also frees one from certain banalities of attention. “Madame Cézanne,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through March 15, is an exquisite exhibition that brings together 24 ...

  • 6 months ago

    One of the many disappointments of living in the Selfie Moment is how little this genre (gesture? fad? fate?) allows for the intense pleasures of deep looking. (Of course, that's actually the capital brilliance of the selfie: to create instantaneo...

  • 10 months ago

    James Lee Byars was an artist possessed of certain elegance. He dressed impeccably in silk or linen suits, velvet or gold lamé, often custom-made by a tailor who called himself Mr. North South. He wore an oversized hat, its tall top and wid...