Robert Hughes explains how New York in the 1980s is *not* Paris in the 1890s. He gives a compelling account of the decline of the fine arts in America
Robert Hughes examines the career of New York graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, a story set against the city's new-wave scene.
How Julian Schnabel turned bad painting into good money.
Robert Hughes reviews a book by former New York Times art columnist Hilton Kramer.