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November 9, 2015
Standing Up for Migrant Workers in the Gulf, 1 Installation at a Time
For the artists in the activist group Gulf Labor, the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi epitomizes the conquest of art by corporate interests.
October 22, 2015
Letters From the November 9, 2015, Issue
Inside out and outside in… Gates’s gilded gospel… obstacle illusions…
October 1, 2015
Why Has Criticism of the Whitney Been Unmoored?
It shouldn’t be surprising that the museum’s new building looks most like… a building.
August 27, 2015
Missing Home: The Demolition of New Orleans After Katrina
The city has granted more than 24,000 demolition permits since Katrina.
, a nonprofit newsroom in New Orleans, to explore the fate of those properties.
August 13, 2015
As governments have changed in Egypt, the commitment to corrupt grand development projects has stayed the same.
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June 17, 2015
A cruel economics of forced mobility is the new planning mantra of New York City.
April 27, 2015
The Whitney Museum and the ‘Pompous Doors’ of American Art
's critic in 1931 said the museum would abet the snobbery that believes "American painting is a second-rate affair."
March 23, 2015
In their defense of “tradition” against the liberating potential of architecture, Prince Charles and Xi Jinping find unlikely common ground.
January 14, 2015
Less Is More
The dense details in Berlin’s memorial museums overwhelm the stories they try to tell.
Julia M. Klein
October 28, 2014
Architecture lets us speak of the spoken indirectly.