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Honore Daumier, Galerie Tableaux. Image taken from Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
What differentiates a “gallerist” from a dealer or a curator? ...
 
Lucas Samaras in Claes Oldenburg’s Circus: Ironworks/Fotodeath at the Reuben Gallery, February 1961. © Robert R. McElroy/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York
As this landmark show enters its last week at Pace Gallery, a profile of the man behind the camera ...
 
Installation shot, Doug Wheeler: January 17 - February 25, 2012. Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery
The psychology behind Light and Space art and how it sensitizes us to subtleties ...
 


George Sugarman, Yellow and White, 1967. Oil on Wood, in two parts, 25-1/2 x 35-1/2 x 27-1/2 each. © Estate of George Sugarman, courtesy Gary Snyder Gallery, New York

Take Another Look: Irving Sandler in Conversation with Franklin Einspruch


“Irving Sandler: Out of Tenth Street and Into the 1960s” is at Loretta Howard Gallery


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Sharp Details, Fuzzy Lines: Images of Ferguson, MO


Examining and learning from the images from Ferguson, MO.


A recent meeting of the Breakfast group, Berkeley, California

The Breakfast Group: Exhibition at Richmond Art Center Toasts Bay Area Institution


Informal cafe society has met Friday mornings for half a century


Installation shot, Daniel Levine: The Way Around, at Churner and Churner Gallery, New York

“Some of the paintings are smarter than me”: Daniel Levine Talks Monochrome


On view at Churner and Churner through February 22


David Hockney, A Bigger Message, 2010. Oil on 30 canvases, 36 x 48 inches each, 180 x 288 inches overall. © 2013 David Hockney. Photo: Richard Schmidt

David Hockney: A Bigger Vision


An artist of unflagging curiosity about picture-making and relentless rhythm of production


John Dubrow, Family Portrait, Upper West Side, 2010-11. Oil on linen, 50 x 66 inches. Courtesy of Lori Bookstein Fine Art

“Curating for the Kids”: Artist Jill Nathanson makes the case for real collectors


On Collectors Who Look (and Think) for Themselves


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The Real Thing: An Interview with Rosalind E. Krauss


“A medium is a little bit like a language—you can’t just speak it once, it is repeated”


Steve Wheeler, Introducing Miss America II, 1947, Tempera and ink on paper, 9 ¾ x 11 7/8 inches, courtesy of David Findlay Jr Gallery

The Freewheelin’ Steve Wheeler: David Brody and Drew Lowenstein in Conversation


Regulars at artcritical test the enduring relevance of the pioneer Indian Space painter


Installation shot of the exhibition under review, Ai Weiwei: Forge (2012) at Mary Boone Gallery

Storms before the Storm: Pre-Sandy, Chelsea Awash with Disaster


In an eerie augury of the hurricane, shows about earthquakes, tsunamis and capsized cruisers


Ivor Abrahams, Privacy Plots III, 1972. Screen print. Image courtesy of Artnet

Pre-History: Artnet Articles from the 1990s on Bruce Pearson, Ivor Abrahams and Damien Hirst


In tribute to the magazine which closed this week