Serra’s new works are the ultimate billionaire’s art.
Soulages is not a reductive painter, but an artist who enlarges our sense of tradition by demonstrating the infinite potential of a single pigment.
Schjeldhal moves quickly to characterize an artist, like a cat pouncing on his prey.
At what point does an image become objectionable?
When I got to know Bill Berkson, my life as a writer was completely changed.
A look at three paintings from the cusp of the 20th century that make a powerful argument for beauty.
It’s fair to say that images of sporting have a relatively marginal place in our art world.
It’s abundantly clear that the present system is unsustainable.
Out of seemingly meager materials, Herriman created a complete world, a place where nothing ever changes and where his characters never develop, yet his sense of humor is almost infallible.
Renoir: The Body, The Senses makes some attempts, vain in my opinion, to present Renoir as a politically progressive artist, even a closet feminist.
Surprises and puzzles in Venice and Vienna, from Sean Scully to Tintoretto.
Tuymans is a figurative painter who doubts whether visual representations can ever be truthful.