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  1. art

    Roni Horn’s ‘I Am Paralyzed With Hope’ Is a Flag for a New AmericaThe last thing I saw on Inauguration Day was a work of art on Instagram that put a spell on me.

    By Jerry Saltz

  2. my single is dropping

    By Justin Curto

  3. close looks

    Posted Live From the InfernoJerry Saltz on the pictures from the Capitol—some of the scariest, stupidest ever taken.

    By Jerry Saltz

  4. best of 2020

    The 10 Best Art Shows of 2020Jordan Casteel, Noah Davis, and anything you could see in person.

    By Jerry Saltz

  5. last night on late night

    By Rebecca Alter

  6. art

    Hear a Quarantine Love Letter for the ViolinGeorge Condo and Leila Josefowicz collaborated while apart.

    By Hilary Reid

  7. art

    Bringing the Beauty OutFor the photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop, the moment was always now.

    By Shirley Ngozi Nwangwa

  8. vulture festival 2020

    Mary J. Blige, Method Man, and 50 Cent Make Vulture Festival Even More PowerfulWe’ve also added a Jerry Saltz art talk, HBO Max’s I Hate Suzie, and, somehow, more pets.

    By Anne Victoria Clark

  9. wide awakes

    Joy As ResistanceArtist and activist collective the Wide Awakes takes the city this weekend. Why we’re marching.

    By Rujeko Hockley

  10. art

    4 Museums Decided This Work Shouldn’t Be Shown. They’re Both Right and Wrong.The art world is outraged at the postponement of a Philip Guston retrospective. But it may well be the right thing to do.

    By Jerry Saltz

  11. art

    How Caravaggio Destroyed (and Saved) PaintingThree revolutionary works still speak to us of doubt, inspiration, and grace.

    By Jerry Saltz

  12. first person

    Buying Myself BackWhen does a model own her own image?

    By Emily Ratajkowski

  13. fall preview

    Explore the World of Artists in QuarantineThe Drawing Center presents vibrant new work created in lockdown.

    By Jerry Saltz

  14. art

    A New Book Shows Why Black Artists Drive the Culture VisuallyYoung, Gifted and Black features Jordan Casteel, Kevin Beasley, and more.

    By Trupti Rami

  15. exhibitions

    By Justin Curto

  16. art crimes

    By Rebecca Alter

  17. art

    Philip Guston’s 1970s Paintings Might Help You Cope TodayThe online exhibition “What Endures” offers a road map to the eternal.

    By Hilary Reid

  18. memoir

    Sleeping With Andy WarholIn 1962, a young poet named John Giorno met the Pop Art god, who in turn made him his first superstar. For a little while, they were in love.

    By John Giorno

  19. art

    By Rebecca Alter

  20. art

    By Trupti Rami

  21. vulture recommends

    The Couch Gallery CrawlHow to look at art from the safety of home.

    By Thomas Benfield

These Two Last Suppers Are My Quarantine ObsessionComparing two masterpiece treatments made just 50 years apart: one revolutionary and prevailing, the other genius and forgotten.

By Jerry Saltz

  • art

    By Thomas Benfield

  • art

    By Trupti Rami

  • art

    Guggenheim Curators Say Museum ‘Enables Racism’The staff sent a letter to leadership on Monday.

    By Zoe Haylock

  • monuments

    By Justin Curto

  • art

    It’s Funeral Time for Colonial MonumentsArtist Nicholas Galanin has already dug a grave for a Captain Cook statue in Sydney.

    By Trupti Rami

  • scammers

    By Victoria Bekiempis

  • art

    By Thomas Benfield

  • obits

    Christo, Artist Behind Central Park’s ‘The Gates,’ Dead at 84He collaborated with his wife, artist Jeanne-Claude, until her death in 2009.

    By Halle Kiefer

  • art

    This Is the Saddest Picture I Have Ever SeenSandro Botticelli’s La Derelitta, a 15th-century tableau of hopelessness, feels especially resonant right now.

    By Jerry Saltz

  • art

    By Trupti Rami

  • sweet dreams

    Hear Iggy Pop Reading a Love Letter to His Dead Dog TrombaFrom the New Museum’s daily “Bedtime Stories” series, curated by Maurizio Cattelan.

    By Trupti Rami

  • first person

    My AppetitesJerry Saltz on eating and coping mechanisms, childhood and self-control, criticism, love, cancer and pandemics.

    By Jerry Saltz

  • art

    By Trupti Rami

  • art

    See Jean Jullien’s Escapist Paintings From the French CountrysideThe artist’s diary of his family in lockdown, watching the spring arrive.

    By Trupti Rami

  • banandemic

    Bananas to the Rescue!Two artists release a sticker pack featuring anthropomorphic bananas washing their peel-hands and bumping their peel-elbows while singing “Jolene.”

    By Hilary Reid

  • psa

    By Michael Kaler

  • resources

    These 20 Groups Are Offering Aid to Artists in NeedPainters, playwrights, and podcasters can all apply for emergency grants.

    By Michael Kaler

  • art

    Revisiting a 16th-Century Masterpiece of Mass Death From Self-Isolation in 2020Lately, I have spent so much time contemplating Pieter Bruegel’s “The Triumph of Death” I feel I have almost been living inside it.

    By Jerry Saltz

  • By Devon Ivie

  • coronavirus

    The Art World Is Sending Supplies to Hospitals in Need“It’s very beautiful and hopeful. But at some point, the government is going to have to step up.”

    By Amelia Schonbek

  • art

    The Art World Goes DarkThe pandemic has already darkened galleries, museums, and artists’ studios. What new forms will emerge from that darkness?

    By Jerry Saltz

  • art

    Salman Toor’s Queer RococoThe artist lives, and paints, between worlds — Lahore, Pakistan and New York.

    By Carl Swanson

  • books

    Can You Tell Anyone How to Be an Artist?Artist Laurie Simmons and our art critic Jerry Saltz (they’re old friends) talk about his new book.

    By Laurie Simmons and Jerry Saltz

  • feature

    The Art World’s Mini-Madoff and MeBoozy nights and high-stakes art trades with Inigo Philbrick.

    By Kenny Schachter

  • obits

    Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Musician and Artist, Dead at 70The Psychic TV and Throbbing Gristle founder was diagnosed with leukemia in 2017.

    By Halle Kiefer

  • mexican muralists

    ‘Vida Americana’ Is the Most Relevant Show of the 21st CenturyThe contributions of Mexican muralists to modern art has been criminally neglected. This Whitney show begins the correction.

    By Jerry Saltz

  • art

    Dan Colen Is Alive and Well, Painting and Farming UpstateThe onetime art world bad boy still paints. But instead of raising hell, he’s raising pigs and sheep.

    By Matthew Schneier

  • art

    Donald Judd’s Minimalist Legacy Is All Around UsThe artist wanted his work totally empty. Which allowed the world to make anything out of it.

    By Jerry Saltz

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