Carrol Dunham Paintings

A bird flies by and leaves a deposit on his head. Luckily, he's got his top hat on. He's always got his top hat on—he's covering up something. He pulls back into his office, closes the window and sits back down at his desk.


Ghada Amer

She is sewing a story, stitching a tale line by line. This one is about her great grandmother who sewed herself a mermaid's swim costume and swam to America.


Ken Probst: Pornegrafik

Adams wisp at attention, he came knocking at the door, anybody home? Alison, Anne, Audrey, anyone can you come out, or better yet can I come in? Are you in there in your all togethers?


Cecily Brown

It is a trick of the mind's eye; what you see is not necessarily what you get. It is about looking: looking away and then looking back again.

 


Rachel Whiteread

It is after midnight on one of those Saturday nights when the guests have all gone home and the host and hostess are left in their drunkenness to try and put things right.


Gregory Crewdson: Art Review April 2005 Volume LVI

There are some storms brewing in Gregory Crewdson's dark and enigmatic photographs of American suburbia. A.M. Homes thinks they answer our need for cinematic drama.


Robert Frank: Art Review October 2004 Volume LIV

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Where he is, he is from some place else, a man of the world, perpetual traveler—a foreigner even at home. His is the miner man, Ben James, gone down under. His is the minor man, the black soul of the south in the 1950s, going under. His is time and experience made imagistic...


Diane Arbus: Modern Painters Spring 2004

Nudist Exposed

'A documentary you said.'

'Yes, a piece, on the photographer Diane Arbus.'
'Was that how you pronounced her name? I always wondered.'

 


Jill Greenberg: Horses


Eric Fischl


Bill Owens


Julie Speed


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