If the history of contemporary art up to the millennium were a lecture in five slides, the first picture would be of a (male) painter inside his studio. After the second—the requisite photo of Andy Warhol—the third image would show a wacky artist sculpting great mounds of earth or, failing that, sitting inside a gallery with a coyote. Then would come a group shot of a satisfied bunch of (again, male) painters, jackets slung over their designer jeans. Like the previous four slides, the last image would also prove an art historical cinch: It would show the talismanic photo of Gabriel Orozco's hands and torso opening and closing on a heart-shaped lump... More >>>