29 June 2010

New Art

June 2010

26 June 2010

New Art

The Colossus of Maroussi
June 2010

18 June 2010

India Ink

A gallery of remarkable photographs chronicling some of India's modern political giants.

Building Blocks

The London Festival of Architecture's underway.

Peeping Tom

Some photographers have made great names for themselves by taking their pictures on the sly.  Now, some of the best have been brought together at the Tate Modern.

Brazil Nuts

Brazilian art on display across the pond.

Goldin Girl

What's new at the Tate Modern?  An exhibition of Nan Goldin's photographs.

Lost Surrealist

The remarkable work of Britain's Leonora Carrington.

Cold, Cold Heart

Jim Thompson's Killer Inside Me is one of the tastiest, nastiest crime novels around.  Now, it's been re-made for the silver screen.  

Swiss Watch

Art Basel is underway, and the big bucks are flowing.

Dandy Andy?

Andy Warhol fretted over his later work, and critics have sometimes not been kind.  Now, it's on display at the Brooklyn Museum.

In the Buff

Some of Renoir's later work has been brought together from Paris and Los Angeles for a exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Tom Collins, Please

The Miami Art Museum's named a new director.  Read all about it.

15 June 2010

New Art

Fabulous T-Bird
June 2010

09 June 2010

Gorky Park

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles is playing host to a retrospective of the Armenian master Arshile Gorky.

Starry, Starry Night

The work of Vija Celmins on display in Los Angeles.

Reality Art

It had to happen, right?  A reality show aimed at choosing the 'next great artist.'  Well, friends, the L. A. Times doesn't think much of the piece.

The Old and the New

Two exhibitions at Washington's National Gallery that span one ocean and many decades.

08 June 2010

New Art

June 2010


The best of the best photo exhibits across the pond.

Space Travel

The pieces may be good . . . but the place may be the real work of art.

05 June 2010

Brian Duffy, RIP

The passing of one of the major chroniclers of the Sixties.

02 June 2010