Tag Archives: Ann Landi

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When Is an Artwork Finished?

For some artists, a work is done when it leaves the studio. Others keep tinkering in the galleries. One waits for the piece to “cry uncle” Read More

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Profiles

Charline von Heyl: Unexpected Collisions

Charline von Heyl’s paintings revel in encounters between the geometric and the organic, the decorative and the figurative
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Title Fights: How Museums Name Their Shows

Generating a title for a museum show involves curators, directors, publicists, and more. It can be grueling, it can be fun, and it sometimes takes years to find the right one Read More

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Looking at Art

Overshadowed by Diebenkorn: Rose Mandel Is Back

Rose Mandel finally gets credit in San Francisco (and in ARTnews) for her achievements in portraiture and beyond Read More

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Books

Don’t Think About Picasso: The Wisdom of Agnes Martin

A new book celebrates a four-decade friendship between Agnes Martin and Pace Gallery’s Arne Glimcher Read More

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Trends

Split Decisions: When Critics Change Their Minds

What makes art critics revise their opinions? Some mind-changing critics explain Read More

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News

‘You Had to Have a Veronese’

A survey at the Ringling chronicles the career of the Renaissance painter American collectors coveted Read More

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Profiles

Nari Ward: Poetic Justice

With haunting juxtapositions of objects at once fragile and grandiose, the Jamaica-born artist comments on liberty, democracy, and his own story as an immigrant Read More

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Books

O’K Corrals

A new book chronicles the transformation of two New Mexico properties into distinctly O’Keeffian studios and residences Read More

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Features

Auto-Destructive Tendencies

Whether by burning, cutting, shredding, or simply leaving them at the curb, artists have various reasons for disposing of their own works   Read More

The Quay Brothers on the set of Street of Crocodiles, 1986.  Still from their animation sequence in Frida, 2002 (below).
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Brothers Grim

The spooky animations of the Quay Brothers come to MoMA Read More

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Books

Haunted by Duchamp

A dealer reflects on a lifelong obsession Read More

Tom Sachs’s studio team prepares for his reenactment of a trip to Mars at the Park Avenue Armory.
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Out of this World

Space travel has become an obsession among contemporary artists who are reenacting journeys to Mars, making replicas of astronaut gear, and even training with NASA Read More

Mickalene Thomas, Sleep: Deux Femmes Noires, 2011 (top), a riff on Courbet’s sleeping women.
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Double Exposure

In paintings, photography, sculpture, and performance, artists are summoning the age-old distinction between naked and nude to comment on gender roles, sexual politics, stereotypes, and more Read More