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Awards

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published May 26, 2005

    "Hammered"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published April 25, 2005

    "Dire Diary"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published March 18, 2005

    "We Are Theirs"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published April 18, 2005

    "To Hell and Back"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published February 4, 2005

    "Mourning Glory"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published April 5, 2005

    "The Emperor's New Paintings"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published January 21, 2005

    "A Modest Proposal"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published December 16, 2005

    "Seeing Out Loud"

  • 2006 - The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism/Columbia University, published January 28, 2005

    "Feeding Frenzy"

2005 Stories by Jerry Saltz

Archives: 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998
  • Inky Depths

    published December 27, 2005

    Lions and tigers and . . . Jasper Johns? Oh my! That may have been your first reaction too, when you saw the glammy 20-page Annie Leibovitz... More >>

  • Air Lair

    published December 27, 2005

    The other night I helped judge another kind of boys' club, the air guitar contest that was the closing event of a month-long performance series... More >>

  • Dylan Stone

    published December 27, 2005

    Dylan Stone is one of the better under-known conceptualists around. Schooled in New York, this current London resident has previously sewn on... More >>

  • Seeing Out Loud

    published December 13, 2005

    This month is my seven-year anniversary at the Voice, so I thought I'd use Frieze magazine's recent queries to me about the... More >>

  • Mystic Cryptic Revelations

    published December 13, 2005

    Young painters should look at the work of Charles Burchfield (1893–1967), the mystic, cryptic painter of transcendental landscapes, trees... More >>

  • Getting Physical

    published December 13, 2005

    For the last 15 years gallerist Andrea Rosen has offered a studious, restive, exuberant outlook about art. But also philosophic. Ask her... More >>

  • Clusterfuck Aesthetics

    published November 29, 2005

    Whether you call it the New Cacophony or the Old Cacophony, Agglomerationism, Disorientationism, the Anti Dia, or just a raging bile duct, the... More >>

  • Chaos Theory

    published November 29, 2005

    Even though these artists have been grouped under the tag of the New Cacophony, it should be pointed out that they are nevertheless all different... More >>

  • Treasure Hunt

    published November 29, 2005

    Lee Walton's "Experimental Project" at Art in General is a sort of walking cacophony. It consists of a packet of cards, each with brief... More >>

  • Hell Bent

    published November 15, 2005

    As the shit storm builds, stupidity, ill will, self-indulgence, and incompetence meld and become more dangerous. All and Nothing join forces and... More >>

  • A Fatwa of Her Own

    published November 15, 2005

    Tamy Ben-Tor's Exotica, the Rat, and the Liberal packs real juju. I've seen her perform this several times, and on a number of occasions... More >>

  • Misfire

    published November 15, 2005

    Talk about the art police. Several Saturdays ago, art dealer Mike Weiss committed a sort of citizen's arrest by calling the police on a young... More >>

  • One Year After

    published November 8, 2005

    It kills me to write this because I love the Museum of Modern Art. Aesthetically speaking it's where we all come from, where we go to commune with... More >>

  • Experimentation Time

    published November 8, 2005

    As far as programming, vision, mission, and ambition are concerned, MOMA must reconnect with its wildcat roots and remember it was created to take... More >>

  • Nerve

    published November 8, 2005

    When MOMA opened a year ago it seemed as if other local museums would be eclipsed. The opposite has happened. The Whitney now looks scrappy and... More >>

  • Mr. System and Dr. Death

    published November 1, 2005

    Luc Tuymans's work can be romantic and repetitious; his enthrallment with hot-button subjects can make him seem opportunistic; some of his latest... More >>

  • Swirl World

    published November 1, 2005

    Laleh Khorramian is doing something so seemingly simple but pleasurable that it's surprising more artists don't do it: She makes aqueous... More >>

  • Homespun Intelligence

    published November 1, 2005

    The blotchy, delicate, homespun paintings of Sergej Jensen come on slow but pack an edgy, intelligent, sensuous punch. Jensen, 32, deploys an... More >>

  • Relentless Tempest

    published October 18, 2005

    Rather than use Elizabeth Murray's ravishing retrospective to trace her painterly progress, let's ask why—as admired as she is, and even... More >>

  • Making the Cut

    published October 18, 2005

    November 24, 1998 No one gets out of Kara Walker's world alive, not even the artist. In one of her characteristic, nearly life-size... More >>

  • Blood Monument

    published October 11, 2005

    The idea for Sam Durant's "Proposal for White and Indian Dead Monument Transpositions, Washington, D.C." has the virtue of being simple enough to... More >>

  • Musings on the Mutinies to Come

    published October 11, 2005

    Claire Fontaine is the fictional artistic persona created by two Paris-based women, neither named Claire or Fontaine. Fabricating an anonymous... More >>

  • Scruffy But Smart

    published October 11, 2005

    A lot of new galleries are setting up shop in the belly of the beast of Chelsea. Rents aren't cheap but the crowds are there. Some of these places... More >>

  • Odd Artist Out

    published October 4, 2005

    Chris Martin is a perennial member of the large, by nature neglected, nonetheless crucial and treasured confederacy known as "artist's artists."... More >>

  • Ups and Downs

    published September 20, 2005

    Chelsea basically went off in our faces three weeks ago, when more than 125 shows of contemporary art opened over the first three days of the... More >>

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