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  • 13 years ago

    Represented by a blown-up newspaper obituary pinned to the wall, the scrappy, DIY spirit of punk impresario Malcolm McLaren presides over this informal survey of photocopy books curated by Neville Wakefield. The photocopy machine, as Wakefield wri...

  • 14 years ago

    People tend to wax poetic when they talk about Vija Celmins's art. Since the mid 1960s, her quietly intense photo-realist drawings and paintings have been inspiring deep thoughts about big issues like eternity and mortality, silence and solitude, ...

  • 14 years ago

    "Who will be this century's Picasso?" The question has been plaguing artists and art historians for months now. In his new solo show of six large paintings, Sean Landers provides the long-awaited answer: "Ladies and gentlemen, it is I. I am who yo...

  • 14 years ago

    We've all had the feeling: that vertiginous queasiness that follows a late night of heavy drinking, when everything seems too bright, too weird, too cloying. Jean-Paul Sartre described it in his 1938 novel Nausea, and that same year his friend, th...

  • 15 years ago

    "No white American ever thinks that any other race is wholly civilized," wrote Booker T. Washington, "until he wears the white man's clothes, eats the white man's food, speaks the white man's language, and professes the white man's religion." As a...