Jennifer Krasinski

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  • 7 days ago

    Charles Atlas isn't simply a great artist, he's a great New York artist. Without the videos, films, and installations he's produced over the past forty-odd years, this city might not know the half of itself. The self-taught Atlas has always traine...

  • 7 days ago

    Any new work by the American sculptor Martin Puryear will always rank among the best of that year, but Big Bling — the temporary public sculpture that's presided over Madison Square Park since May — deserves special notice. Standing forty feet tal...

  • 7 days ago

    Following the city's 2012 approval of New York University's $6 billion plan to expand its downtown campus, the righteous and razor-tongued Fran Lebowitz cut to the heart of the matter: "It really should be stopped from being called NYU, because it...

  • 14 days ago | Visual Arts

    The greatest performers are those with not only the sharpest chops, but also the openness, the generosity, to give themselves over to the vision of another. Far from being a selfless act, however, performance requires an abiding self-possession as...

  • 21 days ago | Visual Arts

    To re-create a moment in history — to present the past inside present context — is to hold it up for reconsideration, or reaffirmation. At least that's one way to think of Gladstone Gallery's remounting of Facility of DECLINE, Matthew Barney's 199...

  • 28 days ago | Visual Arts

    Perversity has always sought refuge inside the decorative, the fashionable, the frivolous. Where safer to stow one's proclivities, or anxieties, than inside the acceptable bounds of good taste and impeccable manners? A surface is the first and mos...


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