Nontrivial pursuits, 1990s edition
Two Voice critics tackle the painter's big retrospective
David Zwirner hosts the artist's new show, 'Corporate'
A new painting show helps Jeffrey Deitch say goodbye to New York
The most important artists were those who made the biggest impact on other artists
This eye popping 1991 artwork by John Currin was unearthed by my friend Vodka Stinger in a random google image search of late Golden Girl Beatrice Arthur. I have no idea why Bea's knockers are hanging out in the painting, but I'm glad they never did a similar portrait of Abe Vigoda. If that's not e ... More >>
Two veteran artists offer two very different visions of women
An exhibit where beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Too bad you missed the Guernica cake
'The Incomplete' reveals an art generation amusing itself into obsolescence
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
Lights on, lights off-Turner-winning conceptualist Martin Creed gets a major U.S. retrospective
Money shots: Lasciviousness, voyeurism, and the inner life of paintings
A plea for an art-world star to return to her dirty-secret past
If there's no iconic image, does an artist's work risk becoming fuzzy in the mind?
Francesco Clemente, Jasper Johns, Kara Walker, John Currin, and other friends of Dorothy
The holocaust lives in Ben-Tor's raw, cutting work
Auctions are like stripteases, relying on the audience being enticed by whats out of reach
As a new season begins, our critic examines the New York art world's Super Paradigm
Crackerjack craftsmanship aside, does Currin's Whitney show live up to the critical hype?
The conspiracy art of Mark Lombardi: Crime-fighting toolor 'just here to help'?
Currin's retro prompts a reassessment of an artist who may be 'our premier mannerist'
Under a new director, will the Whitney's future be brighter than its recent past?
Artist Lucas Samaras Peers into the Looking Glass and Sees Himself Over and Over Again
When Bad Painting Is Good for You
An Extreme Painter Lays It Out
The Art World Now and Then
A Showstopping Carnival of Art Heats Up the City
Bring In the Clowns
A Romp Through the Fall Art Season
A group show in Connecticut gets a G rating.