Quick-Change Master

Shifting among styles as diverse as Day-Glo abstractions, photorealism, and geometrically structured color charts, Gerhard Richter has consistently perplexed and dazzled the art world. Read More

Looking at Art

A Giant Zip for Mankind

When Barnett Newman painted The Wild in 1950, he challenged current standards not only of how a painting could look but of what a painting could be. Read More


De Kooning’s Deception

Photographing the painter at work was a tricky proposition. Read More