Last day to catch Robert Indiana at the Whitney
Major solo exhibition by Japanese artist Mariko Mori
Robert Motherwell’s early work comes to the Guggenheim
Try your hand at juggling
A new look at Picasso
Just say no to sexism in the arts with the Guerrilla Girls
Humans can morph into just about anything
Before you tell me yours, let me reveal what the easiest class I had in college was, way back in the Middle Ages. It was such a breeze I barely had to even stay awake during it. It was art history!
Plus, Ray Parker at Washburn; Cinthia Marcelle at Galerie Lelong; and Dawn Clements at Pierogi
The Threepenny Opera comes to BAM
Two artists heat things up at Brooklynite Gallery
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 21, 1967, Vol. XIII, No. 10 Andy Warhol's Book Party: Put-On, Pop-Out, Blow-Up by Sally Kempton and Ross Wetzsteon "Do you think pop art is..." "No." "What?" "No." "Do you think pop art is..." "No...No, I don't." Andy Warhol h ... More >>
Two artists, one strange mission
Two veteran artists offer two very different visions of women
Seductive portraits featured at the New Museum
Murakami at Brooklyn Museum
A vast, retrospective look at the roots of feminist art
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
Plus Picasso and the preservation fest
The Brooklyn Museum surveys the world's female artists
Imp of the art-historical perverse
A postmodern retinal blast of color and texture
A melancholic world of old soldiers, grande dames, torpid dandies, and tormented souls.
Mayhem was their antidote to a world gone mad
A pair of predictable and bellicose iconophobes
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
A Brief History of Protest Art