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  1. Photography
    Academic Surrealism
    The New Criterion, November 1985, pp. 38-42
  2. Art
    After Judd
    The New Criterion, June 1994, pp. 38-41
  3. Art
    After the fall
    The New Criterion, February 1991, pp. 55-57
  4. All around the town
    The New Criterion, September 1988, pp. 50-59
  5. Art
    Amateurs & others
    The New Criterion, January 1992, pp. 37-44
  6. [+]
    Among the Sacred Monsters (Review)
    Picasso and Dora: A Personal Memoir, by James Lord
    1. Picasso and Dora: A Personal Memoir by James Lord
    The New Republic, August 9, 1993, pp. 38-39
  7. [+]
    The Anatomy of Melancholy (Review)
    Mark Rothko: A Biography, by James E.B. Breslin
    1. Mark Rothko: A Biography by James E.B. Breslin
    The New Republic, January 24, 1994, pp. 27-31
  8. [+]
    And Then He Was Gone (Review)
    Vanished Act, by James Reidel
    1. Vanished Act by James Reidel
    The Harpers Monthly, February 2004, pp. 75-78
  9. art
    The New Criterion, November 1988, pp. 50-53
  10. Antoine's Alphabet (2008)
    Watteau and His World
    2 Reviews
  11. Art
    The New Criterion, December 1993, pp. 46-50
  12. Art
    The New Criterion, November 1993, pp. 53-56
  13. Art
    Art and April in New York
    The New Criterion, June 1985, pp. 64-65
  14. The Art Nobody Knows
    Why you won't find the best artists in the much hyped art world, and who some of them are
    The New Republic, October 19, 1992, pp. 32-39
  15. Art: A Defense of Dada
    The National Gallery's riveting exhibition reminds us that Dada was far more than Duchamp
    The New Republic, April 17, 2006, pp. 21-24
  16. Art: A Milder Romanticism
    Beidermeier has acquired a reputation for stolidity and fussiness. But a new exhibition...
    The New Republic, December 18, 2006, pp. 23-25
  17. Art: Arrivederci MoMA
    A close look at the deeply troubling state of a once-extraordinary museum
    The New Republic, February 6, 2006, pp. 21-24
  18. Art: Audacity
    Rubens's passionate drawings, in a new exhibition at the Metropolitan, illuminate his e...
    The New Republic, February 28, 2005, pp. 27-30
  19. Art: Beyond Belief
    The paintings of John Currian, in the current retrospective at the Whitney, perfectly e...
    The New Republic, February 16, 2004, pp. 27-31
  20. Art: Bookings
    The New Republic, December 15, 2003, pp. 43-49
  21. [+]
    Art: Bookings (21 Reviews)
    Matisse at Villa le Reve, by Marie-France Boyer and Helene Adant
    1. Matisse at Villa le Reve by Marie-France Boyer and Helene Adant
    2. From Mind, Heart, and Hand by Stuart Cary Welch and Kimberly Masteller
    3. Drawn by the Brush by Peter C. Sutton, Marjorie E. Wieseman, and Nico van Hout, ...
    4. Franz Kline, 1910-1962 by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, David Anfam, and Dore Ashton, ...
    5. Barnett Newman: A Catalogue Raisonne by Richard Shiff, Carol C. Mancusi-Ungaro, and Heidi Colsman-Freyberger, ...
    6. Luminous Art by Susan L. Braunstein
    7. Vasemania: Form and Ornament in Neoclassical Europe by Stefanie Walker
    8. The Arts and Crafts Movement in Europe and America by Wendy Kaplan
    9. Spirit Into Matter by Julian Cox and Edmund Teske
    10. Documentary and Anti-Graphic Photographs by Daniel Girardin, Ian Jeffrey, Agnes Sire, and Peter Galassi, ...
    11. As We Were by Rosamond B. Vaule and Richard Benson
    12. Many Are Called by Walker Evans
    13. Story Lines by Robert Frank
    14. Rudy Burckhardt by Phillip Lopate, Vincent Katz, and Rudy Burckhardt, ...
    15. Auguste Rodin by Rainer Maria Rilke and Michael Eastman
    16. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz, and Other Poems by Pablo Picasso, Jerome Rothenberg, and Pierre Joris, ...
    17. Sebastian's Arrows by Salvador Dali and Federico Garcia Lorca
    18. The Artist's Reality by Mark Rothko
    19. The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov by Robert Bertholf, Albert Gelpi, and Robert Duncan, ...
    20. Just the Thing by William Corbett and James Schuyler
    21. The Sweet Singer of Modernism, and Other Art Writings, 1985-2003 by Bill Berkson
    The New Republic, December 13, 2004, pp. 34-37
  22. Art: Classical Weight
    The Met's new Greek and Roman Galleries show why ancient art still has a claim on our a...
    The New Republic, July 2, 2007, pp. 36-41
  23. Art: Complicated Bliss
    The modernist pastoral of Pierre Bonnard
    The New Republic, April 1, 2009, pp. 25-28
  24. Art: Everyday Symbolist
    A new retrospective reveals Edouard Vuillard's gift for defamiliarizing the familiar
    The New Republic, May 5, 2003, pp. 24-27
  25. Art: Firings
    Isamu Noguchi's ceramics are the ultimate combination of the practical and the metaphys...
    The New Republic, April 5, 2004, pp. 29-32
  26. Art: Formalism and Its Discontents
    When did the guest list at a gallery party become more important than what hangs on the...
    The New Republic, September 12, 2005, pp. 29-35
  27. Art: Generations
    For an anthropologist of the American art scene, younger-than-Jesus New York this sprin...
    The New Republic, August 12, 2009, pp. 29-31
  28. Art: Glorious Misfits
    The New Republic, April 8, 2010, pp. 23-27
  29. Art: Good as Gold
    Three centuries of Byzantine art bring glory to the Metropolitan in an extraordinary ex...
    The New Republic, May 17, 2004, pp. 25-29
  30. Art: Half Tame
    The New Republic, November 5, 2008, pp. 30-33
  31. Art: Hash of the Titans
    MoMA's "Matisse Picasso" reduces the work of two brilliant artists to a game of one-upm...
    The New Republic, March 3, 2003, pp. 33-37
  32. Art: Individualism
    The New Republic, August 12, 2010, pp. 22-26
  33. Art: L.A. Stories
    There is nothing surprising about Los Angeles's hankering for Jeff Koons
    The New Republic, June 3, 2009, pp. 29-34
  34. Art: Laissez-Faire Aesthetics
    Auction prices are reaching nose-bleed heights. Art fairs are becoming the playgrounds ...
    The New Republic, February 5, 2007, pp. 21-26
  35. Art: Looking for Leonardo
    The Metropolitan exhibit of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings is an inexhaustible as the mas...
    The New Republic, March 24, 2003, pp. 27-29
  36. Art: Mao Crazy
    The craze for contemporary Chinese art is guilty of something much worse than bad taste
    The New Republic, July 9, 2008, pp. 36-40
  37. Art: Matisse's Uncertainty
    The New Republic, November 21, 2005, pp. 27-31
  38. Art: Modern Immaturity
    The Museum of Modern Art, once a laboratory, is now a monument. Its re-opening reveals ...
    The New Republic, November 29, 2004, pp. 29-33
  39. Art: Mystery Makers
    The work of Richard Serra and Neo Rauch is at once baffling and bland
    The New Republic, August 27, 2007, pp. 32-36
  40. Art: North and South
    Neither Fra Angelico from the sun-soaked South nor Hans Memling from the crisper North ...
    The New Republic, December 19, 2005, pp. 27-32
  41. Art: Not-So-Simple Simplicity
    From the first daguerretypes to Diane Arbus and the latest hipster incarnations, photog...
    The New Republic, October 27, 2003, pp. 30-33
  42. Art: Oh, Cool
    The Guggenheim's Matthew Barney exhibition and the new Dia:Beacon reveal the art world'...
    The New Republic, September 1, 2003, pp. 23-26
  43. Art: Old Modern Spain
    The Metropolitan's El Greco retrospective and Robert Hughes's Goya biography reveal the...
    The New Republic, November 24, 2003, pp. 25-29
  44. Art: Our Bauhaus
    MoMA and the Guggenheim reintroduce us to the irresistibility of Modernism
    The New Republic, December 2, 2009, pp. 37-40
  45. Art: Peep Shows for Poets
    The New Republic, June 26, 2006, pp. 21-24
  46. Art: Philosophical Furnishings
    The New Republic, September 24, 2008, pp. 30-33
  47. Art: Postcards from Nowhere
    The New Republic, June 25, 2008, pp. 37-43
  48. Art: Private Lives
    The New Republic, December 24, 2008, pp. 27-31
  49. Art: Raping Beauty
    The Metropolitan's extraordinary "Art of the First Cities" exhibition makes the horror ...
    The New Republic, June 2, 2003, pp. 26-31
  50. Art: Saturnine Magician
    The art of Elie Nadelman, in the current retrospective at the Whitney, forms a potent m...
    The New Republic, July 7, 2003, pp. 23-26
  51. Art: Seurat's Sight
    At the Art Institute of Chicago, a multi-media extravaganza threatens to obscure a mast...
    The New Republic, July 26, 2004, pp. 21-25
  52. Art: Slaughterhouse
    The competition is tough, but Francis Bacon may have been the worst painter of the twen...
    The New Republic, June 17, 2009, pp. 25-28
  53. Art: Social Action
    The New Republic, June 10, 2010, pp. 28-31
  54. Art: The Beauty Trap
    The art world's current embrace of beauty has devastating implications
    The New Republic, November 15, 2004, pp. 25-27
  55. Art: The Clown as Hero
    From stylized harlequin to grotesque freak, the clown in art history has represented al...
    The New Republic, September 27, 2004, pp. 25-29
  56. Art: The Contrarian
    Giorgio Morandi's almost unworldly still lifes have been revered more than understood
    The New Republic, March 19, 2007, pp. 45-47
  57. Art: The Opportunist
    The art dealer as a figure for good and for ill in American art
    The New Republic, November 11, 2010, pp. 23-27
  58. [+]
    Art: The Restless Medium (Review)
    Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before, by Michael Fried
    1. Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before by Michael Fried
    The New Republic, October 21, 2009, pp. 31-36
  59. Art: The Spiritual In Art
    No longer scorned as merely religious, Marc Chagall and Georges Rouault are Modernist m...
    The New Republic, February 18, 2009, pp. 32-37
  60. [+]
    Art: The Varieties of Artistic Experience (2 Reviews)
    The Language of Forms, by Meyer Schapiro
    1. The Language of Forms by Meyer Schapiro
    2. Romanesque Architectural Sculpture by Meyer Schapiro
    The New Republic, October 30, 2006, pp. 23-26
  61. Art: Time in Venice
    The extraordinary exhibition of Venetian masterworks at the National Gallery offers ins...
    The New Republic, August 14, 2006, pp. 27-31
  62. Art: Trembling
    Rembrandt's late religious portraits are the most disquietingly, intensely philosophica...
    The New Republic, June 6, 2005, pp. 29-33
  63. Art: Utopian Designs
    A stunning overview of the Arts and Crafts movement reaffirms the dream of a unity of t...
    The New Republic, April 11, 2005, pp. 25-29
  64. Art: Venice in Texas
    The New Republic, February 18, 2010, pp. 24-26
  65. Art
    The artist's book
    The New Criterion, May 1993, pp. 37-42
  66. Art
    The New Criterion, March 1993, pp. 50-55
  67. [+]
    The Astonished Eye (Review)
    Letters on Cezanne, by Rainer Maria Rilke and Clara Rilke
    1. Letters on Cezanne by Rainer Maria Rilke and Clara Rilke
    The New Republic, May 5, 1986, pp. 30-33
  68. Atlanta Diarist: High Low
    The New Republic, December 27, 1999, pp. 42-44
  69. Art
    Autumn alphabet
    The New Criterion, March 1989, pp. 42-58
  70. Balthus in Lausanne
    The New Criterion, October 1993, pp. 17-22
  71. Balthus in New York
    The New Criterion, May 1984, pp. 7-19
  72. Art
    At the beginning of the season
    The New Criterion, December 1986, pp. 65-70
  73. Art
    The blighted gallery season
    The New Criterion, September 1992, pp. 64-67
  74. Art
    Breakthrough, idyll, icon, allegory
    The New Criterion, May 1992, pp. 48-53
  75. Art
    By the month
    The New Criterion, February 1992, pp. 49-53
  76. Art
    Calssics without commercials
    The New Criterion, March 1990, pp. 59-64
  77. Art
    The New Criterion, November 1992, pp. 46-48
  78. Comedy of styles
    The New Criterion, September 1989, pp. 65-68
  79. Art
    The New Criterion, February 1990, pp. 45-51
  80. [+]
    A Cool Heat (Review)
    Edmund Wilson: A Life in Literature, by Lewis M. Dabney
    1. Edmund Wilson: A Life in Literature by Lewis M. Dabney
    The Harpers Monthly, September 2005, pp. 81-85
  81. Curators & Indians
    The New Criterion, October 1992, pp. 53-56
  82. David Hockney
    The New Criterion, October 1988, pp. 59-62
  83. [+]
    The Dedicated Eye (Review)
    Reported Sightings, by John Ashbery and David Bergman
    1. Reported Sightings by John Ashbery and David Bergman
    The New Republic, October 16, 1989, pp. 38-39
  84. Art
    The New Criterion, December 1989, pp. 51-52
  85. Art
    "Dislocations" at MOMAS
    The New Criterion, December 1991, pp. 46-51
  86. A dissent on Kiefer
    The New Criterion, December 1988, pp. 14-20
  87. Dufy among the pattern painters
    The New Criterion, February 1985, pp. 25-33
  88. Art
    Ellsworth Kelly
    The New Criterion, January 1993, pp. 46-49
  89. Art
    The New Criterion, February 1993, pp. 52-55
  90. Eyewitness (2000)
    Reports from an Art World in Crisis
    1 Review
  91. Art
    "The Fauve Landscape"
    The New Criterion, April 1991, pp. 47-49
  92. Figures in three dimensions
    The New Criterion, September 1985, pp. 60-65
  93. Form and Formica
    1950s style is back: baby boomers are souring thrift shops for postwar mementos, and mu...
    The New Republic, April 6, 1992, pp. 27-31
  94. From September to December
    The New Criterion, February 1988, pp. 43-54
  95. Art
    The New Criterion, June 1988, pp. 76-77
  96. Photography
    Gay Block's "Rescuers"
    The New Criterion, April 1992, pp. 52-55
  97. Geometry lessons at MOMA
    The New Criterion, December 1985, pp. 34-41
  98. Art
    Hayter's line and Golub's message
    The New Criterion, March 1986, pp. 45-53
  99. Art
    The New Criterion, October 1991, pp. 52-56
  100. Helion and Leger
    The Partisan Review, Fall 1988, pp. 637-652
  101. Art
    Hip!? Hype!? Hooray!?
    The New Criterion, January 1991, pp. 59-62
  102. Art
    Houses, fields, gardens, hills
    The New Criterion, February 1986, pp. 43-49
  103. Art
    How simple everything could be!
    The New Criterion, May 1989, pp. 53-58
  104. Introduction
    The New Criterion, Summer 1986, pp. 39-43
  105. Art
    Irreconcilable differences
    The New Criterion, June 1992, pp. 51-56
  106. Jasper's seasons
    The New Criterion, June 1987, pp. 56-58
  107. Art
    Joan Snyder & Lucian Freud
    The New Criterion, February 1994, pp. 51-57
  108. Jottings along the way
    The New Criterion, March 1987, pp. 57-62
  109. Art
    Keeping the faith
    The New Criterion, June 1989, pp. 45-50
  110. The King of Dropouts
    The New Republic, June 13, 1988, pp. 39-42
  111. Late Picasso
    a reconsideration
    The New Criterion, March 1984, pp. 28-38
  112. Art
    The legend business
    The New Criterion, January 1990, pp. 57-62
  113. Art
    Leland Bell
    The New Criterion, April 1987, pp. 57-62
  114. Notebook
    Leland Bell, 1922-1991
    The New Criterion, November 1991, pp. 79-86
  115. Letter from Jerusalem
    The New Criterion, November 1991, pp. 56-61
  116. Art
    Lipchitz & de Chirico
    The New Criterion, March 1991, pp. 64-69
  117. Louisa Matthiasdottir (2000)
    1 Review
  118. Art
    Louisa Matthiasdottir
    self-portraits & still lifes
    The New Criterion, May 1994, pp. 49-52
  119. [+]
    Maker and Shaper (Review)
    The Worlds of Lincoln Kirstein, by Martin Duberman
    1. The Worlds of Lincoln Kirstein by Martin Duberman
    The New Republic, May 7, 2007, pp. 39-44
  120. The Mall
    How the new president can boost high culture
    The New Republic, December 31, 2008, p. 9
  121. The Mall
    What the torture photos can't tell us
    The New Republic, June 17, 2009, pp. 12-13
  122. [+]
    The Man Who Remade the Met (3 Reviews)
    Museum, Inc., by Paul Werner
    1. Museum, Inc. by Paul Werner
    2. Poussin and Nature by Pierre Rosenberg and Keith Christiansen
    3. Tapestry in the Renaissance by Thomas P. Campbell
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 2008, pp. 94-110
  123. Art
    The Manet retrospective
    The New Criterion, November 1983, pp. 43-55
  124. Master Courbet
    The New Criterion, February 1989, pp. 36-40
  125. [+]
    The Master of Motion (Review)
    An Autobiography, by Richard Avedon
    1. An Autobiography by Richard Avedon
    The New Republic, June 13, 1994, pp. 33-39
  126. Matisse
    The New Criterion, June 1985, pp. 19-27
  127. Matisse
    Into the Twenties
    The New Criterion, February 1987, pp. 6-13
  128. Art
    Mixed media
    The New Criterion, April 1990, pp. 49-55
  129. Modern painting and "reality"
    The New Criterion, October 1982, pp. 18-21
  130. Art
    Mostly Marden
    The New Criterion, September 1993, pp. 60-63
  131. New Art City (2005)
    Manhattan at Mid-Century
    3 Reviews
  132. [+]
    New Man, New City (Review)
    Barnett Newman: Selected Writings and Interviews, by John P. O'Neill and Barnett Newman
    1. Barnett Newman: Selected Writings and Interviews by John P. O'Neill and Barnett Newman
    The New Republic, March 4, 1991, pp. 34-35
  133. New York Diarist
    Exhaustion Chic
    The New Republic, April 3, 2000, pp. 42-44
  134. New York Diarist
    Green Piece
    The New Republic, September 24, 2007, pp. 56-58
  135. New York Diarist: American High
    The New Republic, May 31, 1999, pp. 50-52
  136. New York Diarist: Eggs a la Nabocoque
    The New Republic, July 12, 1999, pp. 46-48
  137. New York Diarist: Fashion Show
    The New Republic, April 1, 2002, pp. 42-44
  138. New York Diarist: Forget It
    The New Republic, March 10, 1997, pp. 50-52
  139. New York Diarist: Leader of the Pack
    The New Republic, July 20, 1998, pp. 42-44
  140. New York Diarist: Openings
    The New Republic, May 22, 1995, pp. 42-44
  141. New York Dispatch: Shocked
    Mayor Rudy Giuliani's over-the-top reaction to the Brooklyn Museum of Art's over-the-to...
    The New Republic, October 18, 1999, p. 13
  142. Art
    New York stories
    The New Criterion, November 1990, pp. 62-67
  143. Art
    Nicolas de Stael
    The New Criterion, September 1990, pp. 57-61
  144. Letter from Paris
    Obituaries and retrospectives
    The New Criterion, May 1988, pp. 48-56
  145. [+]
    The Obscure Artist of Desire (Review)
    A Balthus Notebook, by Guy Davenport
    1. A Balthus Notebook by Guy Davenport
    The New Republic, April 16, 1990, pp. 30-33
  146. O'Keefe in the capital
    The New Criterion, January 1988, pp. 22-26
  147. On Art
    Where the Wild Things Are
    The New Republic, March 18, 1996, pp. 30-33
  148. On Art
    The Counter-Atmosphere
    The New Republic, December 4, 2000, pp. 32-37
  149. On Art
    In the American Grain
    The New Republic, February 14, 2000, pp. 31-37
  150. On Art
    Looming Large
    The New Republic, July 24, 2000, pp. 31-33
  151. On Art
    Welcome to the Funhouse
    The New Republic, June 19, 2000, pp. 30-35
  152. On Art
    Theory for Gallerygoers
    The New Republic, March 20, 2000, pp. 25-27
  153. On Art
    The Porter Paradox
    The New Republic, October 2, 2000, pp. 31-36
  154. On Art
    Gold, Black, and Silver
    The New Republic, October 30, 2000, pp. 34-37
  155. On Art: A Serpent, A Smile, A Prayer
    The honly calm of Cambodian sculpture at the National Gallery
    The New Republic, August 11, 1997, pp. 31-35
  156. On Art: Absolutely Mondrian
    In Washington, seeing him clearly
    The New Republic, July 31, 1995, pp. 27-31
  157. On Art: Abstract Matters
    The Guggenheim disappoints; Joan Snyder shows who
    The New Republic, June 10, 1996, pp. 25-29
  158. On Art: Acropolis Now
    The corporate kitsch of the Getty Center
    The New Republic, January 26, 1998, pp. 25-30
  159. On Art: Adagio
    The unreal realism of Ingres's portraits
    The New Republic, July 19, 1999, pp. 32-35
  160. On Art: After Disenchantment
    The reasons for the art world's malaise
    The New Republic, October 7, 2002, pp. 27-29
  161. On Art: American Real
    The challenging veracity of Louisa Mattiasdottir
    The New Republic, November 11, 1996, pp. 41-46
  162. On Art: An Unknown Masterpiece
    Jean Helion's crowded, exuberant genius finally comes to New York
    The New Republic, April 29, 1996, pp. 27-31
  163. [+]
    On Art: Apollo and Dionysus (2 Reviews)
    A Life of Picasso, Vol II: 1907-1917, by John Richardson
    1. A Life of Picasso, Vol II: 1907-1917 by John Richardson
    2. Paintings of Paul Cezanne by John Rewald, Walter Feilchenfeldt, and Jayne Warman, ...
    The New Republic, June 2, 1997, pp. 30-33
  164. On Art: Basic Instincts
    A new exhibition reveals Manet's careless genius
    The New Republic, February 19, 2001, pp. 29-33
  165. On Art: Being Geniuses Together
    Aalto, Calder, and Leger, ringmasters of modernism
    The New Republic, June 1, 1998, pp. 25-27
  166. [+]
    On Art: Bookings (26 Reviews)
    What is an art book? A luxury object, a primary tex, and much else desides. A survey of...
    1. Ansel Adams at 100 by John Szarkowski and Ansel Adams
    2. Atget by John Szarkowski
    3. Proust in the Power of Photography by Brassai
    4. Still Life by Irving Penn
    5. Richard Avedon: Made in France by Richard Avedon
    6. Viennese Types by Emil Mayer and Edward Rosser
    7. Crosstown by Helen Levitt
    8. Migrations: Humanity in Transition by Sebastiao Salgado
    9. New York September 11 by Magnum Photographers
    10. Gandhara: The Memory of Afghanistan
    11. Belles Lettres by Roselyne de Ayala and Jean-Pierre Gueno
    12. The Tale of Genji by Miyeko Murase and Mitsuoki Tosa
    13. The Sketchbooks of Hiroshige by Ando Hiroshige
    14. A Degas Sketchbook by Carol Armstrong, David Hockney, and Degas
    15. Apollinaire on Art by Guillaume Apollinaire and LeRoy C. Breunig
    16. Between Street and Mirror by James Ensor and Catherine de Zegher
    17. Darger by Brooke Davis Anderson, Michel Thevoz, and Henry Darger, ...
    18. The Vermont Notebook by John Ashbery and Joe Brainard
    19. Novel by John Ashbery
    20. Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Prints and Drawings by Nadine M. Orenstein and Pieter Bruegel
    21. Hieronymus Bosch: The Complete Paintings and Drawings by Jos Koldeweij, Paul Vandenbroeck, and Hieronymus Bosch, ...
    22. Matthias Grunewald by Horst Ziermann and Matthias Grunewald
    23. Secret Knowledge by David Hockney
    24. Cezanne by Mary Tomkins Lewis and Cezanne
    25. Matisse Portraits by John Klein
    26. Seurat: Drawings and Paintings by Robert L. Herbert
    The New Republic, December 17, 2001, pp. 30-35
  167. [+]
    On Art: Bookings (21 Reviews)
    Reflections and Shadows, by Saul Steinberg and Aldo Buzzi
    1. Reflections and Shadows by Saul Steinberg and Aldo Buzzi
    2. Vanished Splendors by Balthus and Alain Vircondelet
    3. Matisse by Pierre Schneider
    4. The Unknown Matisse by Hilary Spurling
    5. Menzel's Realism by Michael Fried
    6. Marcel Duchamp by Alice Goldfarb Marquis
    7. Hans Hofmann by James Yohe
    8. Henri Matisse, Ellsworth Kelly: Plant Drawings by Henri Matisse
    9. Lois Orswell, David Smith, and Modern Art by Marjorie B. Cohn and David Smith
    10. Salvador Dali's Dream of Venus by Ingrid Schaffner
    11. Anni Albers and Ancient American Textiles by Virginia Gardner Troy
    12. The Age of Van Eyck by Till-Holger Borchert
    13. Robert Campin by Felix Thuerlemann
    14. Great Altarpieces: Gothic and Renaissance by Caterina Virdis Limentani and Mari Pietogiovanna, ...
    15. Painted Prints by Susan Dackerman
    16. Jorg Breu the Elder by Andrew Morrall
    17. Koloman Moser: Master of Viennese Modernism by Maria Rennhofer and Koloman Moser
    18. Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstatte by Peter Noever
    19. The Invention of Chic by Lisa Schlansker Kolosek and Therese Bonney
    20. Josef Frank: Life and Work by Christopher Long
    21. Alexey Brodovitch by Kerry William Purcell
    The New Republic, December 2, 2002, pp. 28-32
  168. On Art: Born Under Saturn
    America's most exciting painter
    The New Republic, October 23, 1995, pp. 29-32
  169. On Art: Bring in the Amateurs
    The Impressionists expose the poverty of the contemporary art world
    The New Republic, March 9, 1998, pp. 29-32
  170. On Art: Circa 1950
    Retrospectives of Barnett Newman, Joan Mitchell, and Edwin Dickinson help to reconcile ...
    The New Republic, July 8, 2002, pp. 27-31
  171. On Art: Cloudy and Cooler
    The Tiepolo family and the syndication of genius
    The New Republic, March 31, 1997, pp. 27-31
  172. On Art: Colors
    New York's galleries this season present myriad approaches to the mysteries of color
    The New Republic, March 4, 2002, pp. 27-30
  173. On Art: Death and Realism
    Chuck Close's facile gridlock
    The New Republic, April 20, 1998, pp. 25-29
  174. On Art: Dream Team
    A group of artists is finding an unconventional magic in lumber, beeswax, and plastic g...
    The New Republic, June 14, 1999, pp. 32-34
  175. On Art: Earth
    The unprogrammatic program of American landscape painting
    The New Republic, July 14, 1997, pp. 30-31
  176. On Art: Ecstasy
    The four hundredth anniversary of Bernini, Europe's supreme artist of desire and surprise
    The New Republic, February 22, 1999, pp. 32-36
  177. On Art: Exit Balthus
    Farewell to a great twentieth-century enigma
    The New Republic, March 12, 2001, pp. 28-29
  178. On Art: Flag Burning
    The sly fakery of Jasper Johns
    The New Republic, December 2, 1996, pp. 42-45
  179. On Art: Formal Africa
    An embarrassment of riches at the Guggenheim
    The New Republic, September 2, 1996, pp. 26-30
  180. On Art: Impersonal Enchantment
    The uninvolving mastery of Jeff Wall
    The New Republic, April 28, 1997, pp. 31-33
  181. On Art: In Search of the Minotaur
    Picasso's portraits, William Rubin's vision
    The New Republic, July 8, 1996, pp. 27-31
  182. On Art: Intoxicating Heresies
    A triumphant revaluation of Raoul Dufy
    The New Republic, October 11, 1999, pp. 38-40
  183. On Art: Jazz Age Pastoral
    The brittle liveliness of Florine Stettheimer's vision
    The New Republic, October 2, 1995, pp. 39-41
  184. On Art: Latest and Greatest
    The risky perfection of Georges Braque
    The New Republic, October 20, 1997, pp. 27-31
  185. On Art: Learning to Draw
    David Rosand and Mercedes Matter offer distinct but overlapping conceptions of drawing,...
    The New Republic, June 17, 2002, pp. 25-31
  186. On Art: Levitation
    How Pierre Bonnard made the personal metaphysical
    The New Republic, September 14, 1998, pp. 35-39
  187. On Art: London Grit
    The color of the city in Leon Kossoff's art
    The New Republic, September 4, 1995, pp. 27-29
  188. On Art: Love, Etcetera
    J. Carter Brown's circus of emotions and art in atlanta
    The New Republic, October 7, 1996, pp. 32-33
  189. On Art: Lyricists and Empiricists
    Gustave Le Gray's visual music reaffirms the essential mystery of photography
    The New Republic, August 19, 2002, pp. 28-31
  190. On Art: Making Taste
    Tastemakers such as Chick Austin, Alfred Barr, and Peggy Guggenheim once galvanized the...
    The New Republic, February 4, 2002, pp. 25-32
  191. On Art: Mystery Master
    What Vermeer could, and couldn't, do
    The New Republic, January 8, 1996, pp. 35-38
  192. On Art: Off the Easel
    How Blake, Vuillard, and Bonnard reinvigorated easel painting by rejecting easel painting
    The New Republic, June 4, 2001, pp. 33-43
  193. On Art: Ordinary Magic
    The New Republic, August 14, 2000, pp. 29-33
  194. On Art: Our Dadaist
    The New Republic, April 17, 2000, pp. 66-69
  195. On Art: Painting Is a Woman
    Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot dazzles at the Metropolitan despite the museum's efforts to...
    The New Republic, January 6, 1997, pp. 28-33
  196. On Art: Pollock Fever
    Fifty years later, what do we see in Jackson Pollock?
    The New Republic, November 30, 1998, pp. 41-43
  197. [+]
    On Art: Q.E.D. (Review)
    Homemade Esthetics, by Clement Greenberg and Charles T. Harrison
    1. Homemade Esthetics by Clement Greenberg and Charles T. Harrison
    The New Republic, April 12, 1999, pp. 30-35
  198. On Art: Reckless Reality
    Giacometti's greatness is beyond dispute, but a new retrospective raises some old quest...
    The New Republic, November 12, 2001, pp. 32-37
  199. On Art: Riddles of Style
    The New Republic, May 29, 2000, pp. 29-31
  200. On Art: Saint Gerhard of the Sorrows of Painting
    Gerhard Richter and the collapse of the Museum of Modern Art
    The New Republic, April 1, 2002, pp. 27-29
  201. On Art: Seeing and Time
    How contemporary art and contemporary art theory have taught people not to look at art
    The New Republic, August 3, 1998, pp. 31-36
  202. On Art: Setting the State
    What the modernists learned from the Ballets Russes
    The New Republic, January 5, 1998, pp. 25-28
  203. On Art: Sex and Politics
    Pornography, communism, and the elusive identity of Picasso
    The New Republic, August 20, 2001, pp. 23-28
  204. On Art: Shrieks
    The empty egotism of Bruce Nauman
    The New Republic, January 23, 1995, pp. 31-33
  205. On Art: Signs of the Times
    Contemporary seriousness and the end-of-the-century blues
    The New Republic, November 8, 1999, pp. 66-75
  206. On Art: Solitary in the City of Art
    Kitaj and Balthus, two nonconformist rebels against an age of abstraction
    The New Republic, March 13, 1995, pp. 35-37
  207. On Art: South by Southwest
    The Chinati Foundation in western Texas and the Santa Fe Biennial are both creatures of...
    The New Republic, September 24, 2001, pp. 26-29
  208. On Art: Tapestried Realms
    The Metropolitan's glorious tapestry exhibit offers a rare glimpse of an art form at it...
    The New Republic, May 13, 2002, pp. 26-29
  209. On Art: The Adolescent City
    The artist, New York, and the two-way street that never sleeps
    The New Republic, January 22, 2001, pp. 23-29
  210. [+]
    On Art: The Alchemist (Review)
    Balthus: A Biography, by Nicholas Fox Weber
    1. Balthus: A Biography by Nicholas Fox Weber
    The New Republic, December 6, 1999, pp. 32-39
  211. On Art: The Contrarian
    Thomas Eakins pursued realism with quasi-scientific precision, but his paintings are no...
    The New Republic, October 29, 2001, pp. 29-34
  212. On Art: The Court Painter of Montparnasse
    An important new retrospective makes the case for why Modigliani matters
    The New Republic, November 11, 2002, pp. 23-27
  213. On Art: The Death of Pierrot
    Does Aubrey Beardsley still scandalize?
    The New Republic, September 6, 1999, pp. 30-34
  214. On Art: The Founder
    Cezanne's radiant influence can be felt anew at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
    The New Republic, August 5, 1996, pp. 27-29
  215. On Art: The Incredible Shrinking Classics
    MoMA's fossilized futurism
    The New Republic, September 22, 1997, pp. 31-35
  216. On Art: The Third Degree
    Brancusi's arresting forms
    The New Republic, December 11, 1995, pp. 26-29
  217. On Art: The Trouble with Photography
    The revolutionary art succeeds too well
    The New Republic, October 19, 1998, pp. 31-37
  218. On Art: Theorists and Appreciators
    Shouldn't a work of war be experienced and understood?
    The New Republic, April 30, 2001, pp. 31-34
  219. On Art: Through the Magnifying Glass
    The exquisite art of Wenceslaus Hollar
    The New Republic, April 17, 1995, pp. 36-37
  220. On Art: Transformations
    The inauthenticity of Robert Rauschenberg
    The New Republic, December 1, 1997, pp. 33-37
  221. On Art: True North
    A flawless exhibition reignites New York's love affair with the early Netherlandish mas...
    The New Republic, November 16, 1998, pp. 28-31
  222. On Art: Twombly Time
    What Cy Twombly's anomalies say about the current state of painting
    The New Republic, November 14, 1994, pp. 28-31
  223. On Art: Unity and Variety
    Specializing in one mediume helps artists achieve a certain intensity, but it also remi...
    The New Republic, January 27, 2003, pp. 24-27
  224. On Art: Visual Beat
    The '50s unhipped at the Whitney
    The New Republic, February 19, 1996, pp. 29-32
  225. On Art: War Stories
    The dull Whitney Biennial, and two bright lights
    The New Republic, May 8, 1995, pp. 27-30
  226. On Art: What Is Modern Art, Anyway?
    An unexpected blockbuster in Fort Worth gets Picasso and Matisse wrong
    The New Republic, April 26, 1999, pp. 76-81
  227. Art
    "On Classic Ground"
    The New Criterion, October 1990, pp. 52-55
  228. Notebook
    On collecting
    The New Criterion, January 1985, p. 77
  229. [+]
    Out of Focus (Review)
    Photography Until Now, by John Szarkowski
    1. Photography Until Now by John Szarkowski
    The New Republic, July 2, 1990, pp. 37-39
  230. [+]
    Paintings and Popcorn (Review)
    Moving Pictures, by Anne Hollander
    1. Moving Pictures by Anne Hollander
    The New Republic, August 21, 1989, pp. 33-34
  231. Paric: bicentennial blahs
    The New Criterion, October 1989, pp. 33-37
  232. Paris Without End (1988)
    On French Art Since World War I
    1 Review
  233. Paul Klee now
    The New Criterion, June 1987, pp. 28-31
  234. Art
    The perennial vs. the Biennial
    The New Criterion, April 1993, pp. 50-54
  235. [+]
    Photography and art (Review)
    American Photography, by Jonathan Green
    1. American Photography by Jonathan Green
    The New Criterion, October 1984, pp. 87-98
  236. Art
    Photography and beyond
    The New Criterion, December 1987, pp. 51-56
  237. [+]
    Poet of the Suburbs (Review)
    Christen Kobke, by Sanford Schwartz
    1. Christen Kobke by Sanford Schwartz
    The New Republic, May 3, 1993, pp. 38-40
  238. Pollock and company
    The New Criterion, November 1987, pp. 27-34
  239. [+]
    Pop Goes the Artist (Review)
    What Did I Do?, by Larry Rivers and Arnold Weinstein
    1. What Did I Do? by Larry Rivers and Arnold Weinstein
    The New Republic, January 4, 1993, pp. 38-41
  240. [+]
    Positively Eighth Street (2 Reviews)
    The Collected Essays and Criticism, Vol. I, by Clement Greenberg and John O'Brian
    1. The Collected Essays and Criticism, Vol. I by Clement Greenberg and John O'Brian
    2. The Collected Essays and Criticism, Vol. II by Clement Greenberg and John O'Brian
    The New Republic, March 2, 1987, pp. 26-31
  241. Putting the Sixties to bed
    The New Criterion, June 1986, pp. 9-14
  242. The representational impulse
    The New Criterion, April 1985, pp. 20-33
  243. Retro madness
    The New Criterion, October 1986, pp. 67-70
  244. Art
    The New Criterion, December 1990, pp. 52-59
  245. Salvador Dali
    The Partisan Review, Winter 1990, pp. 136-140
  246. [+]
    Saving the Elephants (Review)
    Art of Babar, by Nicholas Fox Weber
    1. Art of Babar by Nicholas Fox Weber
    The New Republic, December 11, 1989, pp. 46-50
  247. Art
    The School of Paris revisited
    The New Criterion, September 1986, pp. 52-59
  248. Seeing Mapplethorpe
    The Partisan Review, Fall 1989, pp. 647-653
  249. Art
    The shows must go on
    The New Criterion, September 1987, pp. 37-43
  250. Art
    The sketchbooks of Picasso
    The New Criterion, November 1986, pp. 58-61
  251. Starring Cindy Sherman
    The New Criterion, January 1986, pp. 14-25
  252. Stellar Turns
    The New Republic, February 22, 1988, pp. 27-29
  253. Art
    The New Criterion, May 1986, pp. 57-63
  254. Art
    The New Criterion, May 1990, pp. 52-57
  255. Art
    The New Criterion, June 1991, pp. 45-47
  256. Letter from London
    They do it their way
    The New Criterion, April 1989, pp. 56-59
  257. Art
    The New Criterion, May 1991, pp. 55-59
  258. Transatlantic Relations
    The Partisan Review, Summer 1988, pp. 445-449
  259. Art
    The Twilight Zone
    The New Criterion, October 1985, pp. 55-63
  260. Art
    Unforgotten years
    The New Criterion, March 1994, pp. 36-40
  261. Van Gogh at the Met
    The New Criterion, December 1984, pp. 30-36
  262. Versions of pastoral
    The New Criterion, June 1986, pp. 48-55
  263. Art
    Viva Velasquez
    The New Criterion, November 1989, pp. 59-64
  264. Watteau in Washington
    The New Criterion, September 1984, pp. 27-33
  265. Art
    Welcome to Berlin
    The New Criterion, October 1987, pp. 58-62
  266. Art
    What there was to see
    The New Criterion, June 1993, pp. 48-55
  267. Art
    What's major? What's minor?
    The New Criterion, March 1988, pp. 58-62
  268. Whose Century Was It, Anyway?
    The New Republic, November 2, 1987, pp. 30-32
  269. Art
    Winter notebook
    The New Criterion, April 1986, pp. 57-67
  270. Yes, yes
    The New Criterion, April 1988, pp. 58-66
  271. Art
    "The 1920s
    Age of the Metropolis"
    The New Criterion, September 1991, pp. 136-141
  272. The 1988 Carnegie International
    The New Criterion, January 1989, pp. 59-64
  273. No Items Found