This year's edition of the Venice Biennale sinks under sprawl and overfamiliarity.
Has success spoiled the photography and the art of Jeff Wall?
Édouard Manet has become a popular painter, yet he remains a difficult and unpredictable one.
Most of what we think we see in the photos and films of Laurel Nakadate is our own projection.
Tibor de Nagy’s Painters & Poets; Bill Berkson’s For the Ordinary Artist; William Corbett’s Albert York.
Radiant and obscure, the art of Lynda Benglis and David Hammons has a way of hiding itself.
Sometimes the censor is art’s best friend.
Martin Creed and Gabriel Orozco reduce the artistic gesture to the smallest effective intervention into reality.
As before, hypocrites are lining their coffers by pandering to ignorance and xenophobia.
The truly consequential choices an artist makes are never experienced as choice but as necessity.