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2000 Stories by Kim Levin

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  • Cuba Libre

    published December 19, 2000

    Magic realism? Havana in the year 2000 is as bizarre as anything Borges, Garcia Marquez, Kafka, or Philip K. Dick ever dreamt up. It's a place... More >>

  • Natural Wonder

    published November 7, 2000

    You might not notice the large wooden duct that cuts horizontally through the project gallery and the office. But the staff has to duck under it... More >>

  • Fuzzy Logic

    published October 17, 2000

    "It's nauseating," remarked one viewer at Dia, eyeing the queasy undulations of a candy-colored stripe painting with barely suppressed glee.... More >>

  • Brushed Off

    published September 5, 2000

    What is there to look forward to as the art scene shifts from August idle into high gear? Call it justice, long overdue. It had a head start in... More >>

  • Border Crossings

    published July 25, 2000

    In its third incarnation, the nomadic European biennial Manifesta takes place in the former "East." It opened in June in Ljubljana, Slovenia, a... More >>

  • Masters of the Universe

    published May 16, 2000

    Something odd is going on. In one Soho gallery, Bonnie Collura's lumpy sculptures and fragmented works on paper look for all the world like the... More >>

  • Bad Art Has Never Looked So Good

    published April 25, 2000

    Back in the salad days of the 20th century, when artists in Paris were setting off the firecrackers that detonated abstract art, Picasso and... More >>

  • Putting the Biennial in Perspective

    published April 4, 2000

    Finally, the Whitney Biennial does everything everyone always complained it failed to do. It has... More >>

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