Writing was difficult for the author; drawing was a joyful, spontaneous form of expression.
The Unknown Master of Color Photography
July 01, 2014
These photos look like they were taken yesterday. In fact, they were some of the first color photographs ever taken.
And it's making a lot of money for the frauds. But it's costing us.
You can't see these rapturous photos in the Museum.
To Save Banksy, We Must Steal Him
May 02, 2014
Art curators aren’t usually the targets of hate mail and death threats.But then Tony Baxter (who has received messages informing him “there's a bullet with your name on it” and whose staff are regularly accused of being thieves who “are going to die
The Charming Doodles of Kurt Vonnegut
April 18, 2014
Kurt Vonnegut's whimsical, amusing doodles are collected and published for the first time.
A researcher tested top musicians. The results were pretty surprising.
Matisse's under-celebrated inwardness is on display in a new show.
Why Is MoMA Hiding So Many of Its Greatest Pieces?
March 28, 2014
The way the museum hides so much of its collection is a scandal. It's time to explore all those crazy cul-de-sacs of modern art that it too often ignores.
A Knockout Exhibition from an Iconoclast Sculptor
March 18, 2014
If you are the sort of person who recoils from typecasting and branding, you won’t want to miss “The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.