For a month at MOMA, digital is not the savior of cinema
Ken Johnson's 'Are You Experienced?'; George Kroenert at Elizabeth Harris Gallery
Plus: Józef Robakowski at Ludlow 38; 'Art/Sewn: Tradition, Innovation, Expression' at FiveMyles
Irony? Sincerity? The venerable Chelsea venue cooks up an uneven mix of paintings on painting.
Four films at the Brooklyn Museum of Art
Sam Wagstaff, reconsidered
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
When nature calls, James Benning sets up his camera
Recommendations by R.C. Baker
Plunge into the archives of the Video Data Bank
An undulating otherworldly river valley, an ethereal cloud-scape, a pixilated city
Contradictory, hallucinogenic spaces that erupt, recede, then disintegrate into vague voids
Why was a gloriously perfected pictorial machine swapped for one that was unknown and unstable?
Pop rocks: The clever, idiosyncratic debut of an artist who happens to make paintings
When critics clash: Artist Christopher Wool sparks a provocative difference of opinion
Race matters, but so do anger, menace, and whimsy in Ellen Gallagher's big new show
Experiencing Dia:Beacon's Ashram of the Abstract
Ecstatic Shamanic Devices at the Folk Art Museum
Another Opening, Another 85 Shows