Tag Archives: Hilarie M. Sheets


Retrospective
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The Balthus Connection: What E.L. Doctorow, Jessica Chastain’s Film Debut, and a Painting Have in Common

In honor of E.L. Doctorow, who passed away at the age of 84 yesterday, we turn back to ARTnews’s May 2007 issue, in which Hilarie M. Sheets spoke with the writer about a film adaptation of his short story “Jolene: … Read More


Features
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Forging a Sea of Iron: Yoan Capote Explores the Cuban Obsession with America

“The sea, for me and for a lot of Cubans, was like a wall, more an image of isolation than a beautiful place,” said Yoan Capote. The 38-year-old Havana-based conceptual artist was in New York preparing for his current show … Read More


Reviews
Nicole Eisenman, Sloppy Bar Room Kiss, 2011, 
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Nicole Eisenman at Institute of Contemporary Art

Philadelphia Read More


Dispatches
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This Old House: Cooper Hewitt Museum Reopens

On December 12, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on New York’s Museum Mile will reopen after a three-year renovation of its home in Andrew Carnegie’s former mansion, restoring the jewel-box grandeur of the building while making it far more … Read More


Features
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MoMA’s New Curatorial Guard

A new generation of curators at New York’s Museum of Modern Art aims to present a more nuanced and inclusive view of modern-art history Read More


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Yutaka Sone’s Hot Tropics and Marble Cityscapes

Inside the exuberant, poetic landscapes of Yutaka Sone Read More


Profiles
Genny Nissenbaum with Tempest (Study for The Raft), 2005, a video piece by Bill Viola.  ©CAROLINE VOAGEN NELSON

Genny and Selmo Nissenbaum: Where Tables Collide and Houses Fly

Brazilian collectors Genny and Selmo Nissenbaum use their holdings to create a conversation, and keep people talking Read More


Profiles
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Stephanie and Tim Ingrassia: Tapping into Brooklyn’s Artistic Power

A couple collects dazzling works destined for their New York and Connecticut homes—and for the Brooklyn Museum Read More


News
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Clark Art Institute: Going Big in the Berkshires

A 12-year expansion project led by architect Tadao Ando brings airy subterranean galleries, a massive reflecting pool, and miles of nature trails to the Clark Art Institute Read More


Profiles
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Spencer Finch’s Art Makes Light Speak Volumes

From the 9/11 Memorial Museum to Monet’s garden, Spencer Finch records the atmospheric light and weather patterns of psychologically charged places and remakes those conditions using TV sets, fluorescent tubes, watercolor paints, and household fans Read More


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The Changing Complex Profile of Black Abstract Painters

Long marginalized by their community and overlooked by the art market, African American abstractionists are finally coming into the spotlight Read More


Profiles
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MoMA’s Kathy Halbreich Is Connecting the Polke Dots

The museum’s associate director has organized the first exhibition to unite work in all mediums by the elusive German artist Sigmar Polke Read More


News
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Alice Aycock’s Twisters Shake Up Park Avenue

The compositional patterns of extreme weather events inspired sculptures that will appear to be racing through Midtown Read More


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Remastering the Old Masters

How curator Keith Christiansen succeeded in giving the Met’s European paintings galleries a fresh new look Read More