Jennifer Egan interviews John Freeman
The inspiring chaos of Sarah Sze
The sculptor conjures a low-budget cosmos. Plus, Alejandro Almanza Pereda's concrete cascade.
From Glenn Beck to Breitbart, Sarah Palin to Rush Limbaugh, from sea to shining sea, from their mere followers to their Kool-Aid drinkers, the rage, motives, and manners all lend themselves to a certain composite picture developing quite neatly in this country, that's really, more than anythi ... More >>
Marnie Stern is not impressed. Photo by David Torch.In this week's Village Voice, Mike Powell profiles the awesome Marnie Stern, Dan Weiss hails No Age's graduation to Their Own Sound, and Tom Hull strings together another edition of his Jazz Consumer Guide.
A new exhibition rescues artist Martin Ramirez from his "Outsider" status
Carving out a home for good nature in Chelsea
Like a sea of frozen prayer flags or a journey through time
If there's no iconic image, does an artist's work risk becoming fuzzy in the mind?
A manic-depressive panic attack in the face of profound information overload
Babbling nincompoop characters from politics and fairy tales
Looking at structure and space in magical, maniacal ways
Assessing the new season: Highs, lows, kitsch, shtick, and one flamboyant failure
A young artist working the gap between necessity, serendipity, impulse, and order
Way beyond tipsy: Are the spirits of abandon and concentration creeping back into art?
Looking Ahead to the New Season, Our Critic Finds Plenty of Reasons to Be Cheerful
Where Does the Art World Go in the Summer?
A Romp Through the Fall Art Season