Stuck between a recession and a recovery, the art world is predictably game for eating and hoarding cake, too. A perfect example of the current cupidity is Dan Colen's windily hyped exhibition at Larry Gagosian's big tent. A gassy repeat of Jean-Michel Basquiat­–style branding frosted with 2007 prices, the show—boasting colorful slacker paintings that ape tired recipes for artistic success—packs more hot air than Bill O'Reilly's... More >>>