Max Ernst at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Basquiat in Brooklyn.
In the works that made him famous, Jasper Johns realized an ancient dream by painting things that overcame the distinction between reality and representation--numerals, for example, or targets.
You may recall the to-do occasioned two winters past by a certain shift in the mise-en-scène at the United Nations.
Also in this issue, an essay on Romare Bearden by Arthur C. Danto .
Also in this issue, Branford Marsalis talks about Romare Bearden with Adam Shatz.
The remarkably gifted artist Francesca Woodman abruptly ended her brief life and career on January 19, 1981, leaping to her death from a window in her New York studio.
Before you place a bid on that original Jeff Koons ceramic Puppy vase, you might want to take a peek at Donald Kuspit's The End of Art.
Walking through the retrospective exhibition of Lee Bontecou, on view at MoMA-Queens, is uncannily like visiting an out-of-the-way museum of natural history, as if her entire work to date had bee
In the 1960s, the New York Jewish Museum became the unlikely leading venue for contemporary avant-garde art in America.