An Artist's Two-Inch-Tall Creations Brought Printmaking to its Heights
“Princes & Paupers: The Art of Jacques Callot,” mounted at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, is a brave attempt to raise the profile of a sublime seventeenth-century printmaker.
How the art world Goliaths are crushing the Davids
The real news behind MoMA's plans for the American Folk Art Museum: If you do not grow—and grow big—you’re in big trouble.
Against the godforsaken glamour of international art fairs.
Claes Oldenburg gets an exhibit—and gets boring
Claes Oldenburg gets a museum exhibition—and gets boring
What we can learn from extremely violent photography
What we can learn from extremely violent photography of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Molly Crabapple's 'altarpieces to the revolution'
A new generation's ink-and-populist poster child.
The problem with critics' praise of Piero della Francesca's Frick show
The problem with critics' praise of Piero della Francesca's frick show.
The actress's performance isn't original−it isn't even an original.
Three new biographies that retell the lives but don't explain the creativity
New biographies retell the lives of three artists but don't explain how they turned their lives into art.
Meet the man behind Daily Drawings
Meet the man who draws everyone he sees on C-SPAN for fun.