“No less than Charlie Chaplin, its only pop rival for the affection of Jazz Age aesthetes, Krazy Kat synthesized a particular mixture of sweetness and slapstick, playful fantasy and emotional brutality.”
Originally published June 3, 1986
Will Eisner's work at its best contained a kind of urban poetry, a lyric strain similar to such diverse Brooklynites as Irwin Shaw, Henry Miller, and Norman Mailer
Originally published April 21, 1975
George Herriman, Spain Rodriguez, Rosalyn Drexler, and Kirk Hayes—four artists from the past and the present who give us hope for the future.
Originally published December 15, 2017
A new exhibition of the artist's facsimiles at Gavin Brown gives viewers something to think about.
Originally published July 25, 2017
We are children of the edge, of that place where land and sea meet
Originally published July 11, 2017
Hopper captured the weirdness lurking behind America's businesslike facade
Originally published June 27, 2006