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Katherine Bernhardt
Nighttime Thong
2001
at Team
FEATURES 2001 ARCHIVES

SOMETHING WILD
by Jerry Saltz 12/20/01
Katherine Bernhardt's funk, punk, pop paintings.


NAILING FAILING
by Jerry Saltz 12/13/01
Michael Smith and Joshua White's Latest Success.


FOLK RENAISSANCE
by N. F. Karlins 12/12/01
The American Folk Art Museum moves into its new home.


DEE GLASOE GETS NEW
by Charlie Finch 12/11/01
Chelsea's best-kept secret.


MY OWN PRIVATE BIENNIAL
by Charlie Finch 11/28/01
A response to Larry Rinder's list.


HISTORY PAINTING
by Jerry Saltz 11/28/01
Kai Althoff's exploration of karma and history.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 11/26/01
Thomas Chippendale brings a Rococo revolution to English furniture.


TEN YEARS AFTER
by Jerry Saltz 11/21/01
The art world in 1991.


TEA WITH MARIKO
by Kay Itoi 11/20/01
A talk with Mariko Mori on the occasion of her first museum show in Japan.


ASK MARK KOSTABI
by Mark Kostabi 11/19/01
Persistence breaks down resistance.


MIDDLE AMERICANA
by Jerry Saltz 11/14/01
"I never painted pictures to be seen," Norman Rockwell at the Guggenheim.


NAKED TRUTH
by Donald Kuspit 11/12/01
The suggestive absurdity of the human body at C&M Arts.


THE CHIEF
by Charlie Finch 11/12/01
The fireman in the window of Deitch Projects.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 11/6/01
The art world gears up for the fall sales in New York.


FIGURE ONE
by Jerry Saltz 10/31/01
Giacometti and the invention of modern sculpture.


WHAT NOW?
by Charlie Finch 10/26/01
Going through the motions in the center of world contemporary art.


INSIDER OUT
by Jerry Saltz 10/24/01
Louis M. Eilshemius and the quadruple whammy of unluckiness.


JAPAN'S YEAR OF NARAKAMI
by Kay Itoi 10/22/01
The hometown reign of Yoshitomo Nara and Takashi Murakami.


THE UNEMPATHIC EYE
by Donald Kuspit 10/19/01
Helmut Newton's photographs give the lie to power.


CRAVING GRACE
by Jerry Saltz 10/18/01
Oliver Payne and Nick Relph's video trilogy at Gavin Brown's Enterprise.


CHERUBIC MINIMALIST
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 10/12/01
Sol LeWitt shines in Southern California.


ICON WITH A NIKON
by Joyce Caruso 10/12/01
The late fashion photog Guy Bourdin was the king of kink.


VIVA LAS VEGAS!
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 10/10/01
The Guggenheim Museum opens two new branches in Sin City.


DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 10/9/01
Bruegel's drawings capture the best and worst of the human condition.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 10/5/01
The Cloisters ivory cross -- what is its anti-Jewish message and where did it come from?


IS WESTERN CULTURE WORTH FIGHTING FOR?
by Charlie Finch 10/4/01
Time to restore the songs of New York.


ALL AT ONCE
by Jerry Saltz 10/3/01
Benjamin Edwards and a new dimensionality for painting.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 9/27/01
Topic Mimara and the Bury St. Edmunds Cross, Part I.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 9/27/01
The Fall auction market -- now what?


SYRIA AND CIVILIZATION
by N. F. Karlins 9/26/01
A traveling show surveys the range of Syrian and archaeology.


KEEPING THE FAITH
by Jerry Saltz 9/26/01
When everything changes, what happens to art?


OPENING NIGHT
by Charlie Finch 9/7/01
The new art season opens in New York.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 9/6/01
The brief, modernist reign of Art Nouveau furniture, 1890-1914.


BABYLON NOW
by Jerry Saltz 9/5/01
Bucking the system in Bizarro World.


WHAT ART DEALERS REALLY WANT
by Richard Polsky 9/5/01
It's gotta be the shoes.


PICTURING THE PAST
by N. F. Karlins 9/4/01
From the Holy Land to indigenous America, vintage photos on view this month in New York.

PUBLIC BENJAMIN
by Charlie Finch 8/30/01
Benjamin Edwards paints the autoscape.


GLAMOUR IN THE GALLERY
by Pernilla Holmes 8/30/01
The art market welcomes Steven Meisel.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 8/24/01
The electrifying art of Dan Flavin.


LONDON CALLING
by David Ebony 8/20/01
Navigating the Thames: Malcolm Morley and Rachel Whiteread in London.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 8/15/01
The highly salable work of Alex Katz.


THE NEW SEASON
by Charlie Finch 8/14/01
Contemporary galleries drive the art world.


PARIS JOURNAL
by Julie Ryan 8/13/01
Au bon coin: rue Debelleyme and rue Vieille du Temple.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 8/8/01
Richard Estes stands alone as the top Photo Realist.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 8/6/01
The story of Biedermeier furniture, 1815-30.


BEAUTY IS COMMOTION
by Kay Itoi 8/3/01
An interview with Yasumasa Morimura on the occasion of his Frida Kahlo self-portraits.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 8/1/01
The Eric Fischl market is stronger than ever.


VIDEO KILLED THE INTERNET STAR
by Charlie Finch 7/27/01
Quiet is the video event of the summer.


SCREEN SAVERS
by Jerry Saltz 7/25/01
Video and the artists who love it.


FRONTIER ABSTRACTION
by Donald Kuspit 7/24/01
Clyfford Still at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.


A STROLL ABOVE THE FREEWAY
by Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe 7/23/01
Sculptor Liz Larner designs a footbridge at Disney.


TEA FOR THIEBAUD
by Charlie Finch 7/20/01
A bakery, full of creamy pies.


THE GODDESS RULES
by Ned Higgins 7/20/01
"Woman/Goddess" at the India Center in Manhattan.


SIMPLE GIFTS
by Victor M. Cassidy 7/19/01
Chicago launches a pair of H.C. Westermann retrospectives.


BLOWTORCH REALISM
by Jerry Saltz 7/18/01
Leon Golub's blowtorch realism at the Brooklyn Museum.


RIB-TICKLIN' RED
by Deborah Ripley 7/18/01
Red Grooms rules the print roost.


EXCITING TIMES
by Barbara Weidle 7/17/01
An interview with David Hockney.


IT'S A BEAUTIFUL WORLD
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 7/16/01
Dave Hickey redeems cosmopolitanism at Site Santa Fe.


HICKEY THE PHONY
by Charlie Finch 7/16/01
The art crowd eats it up.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 7/16/01
The "Hot Pot" finale -- the truth is revealed.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 7/13/01
The fifth in a new series by the former director of the Metropolitan Museum.


PURE COLOR IN LONDON
by Pernilla Holmes 7/12/01
The Fauves come to the Courtauld.

BOSTON FOLK
by N. F. Karlins 7/11/01
The MFA Boston unveils its folk art treasures for the first time.

AFTER THE GOLD RUSH
by Jerry Saltz 7/11/01
New York's Chelsea art scene comes of age.

SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 7/10/01
Part IV -- Irrefutable evidence for a good "Hot Pot" provenance.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 7/10/01
The bulls are out for Claes Oldenburg.


SEE IT FRESH
by Victor M. Cassidy 7/9/01
Reinventing photography: Samuel Fein and Alice Hargrave.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 7/5/01
The "Hot Pot" III -- the press screams scandal.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 7/3/01
Collectors take a liking to Mel Ramos.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 7/2/01
The hunt for the "Hot Pot," part two -- a money source opens up.


SUPER ART GEMS OF NEW YORK CITY
by Thomas Hoving 6/29/01
A new series by the former director of the Metropolitan Museum.


LOUISE
by Charlie Finch 6/28/01
A poem for Louise Bourgeois' spiders at Rockefeller Center.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 6/27/01
On the difficulties of being an honest art dealer.


APPARELED IN CELESTIAL LIGHT
by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy 6/25/01
A report from James Turrell's Roden Crater, June 2001.


ASK MARK KOSTABI
by Mark Kostabi 6/21/01
Fresh tips from Artnet Magazine's own advice columnist.


COVER ME
by Jerry Saltz 6/20/01
A staggering blur in Carlo McCormick's "LP Show" at Exit Art.


AGAINST CATTELAN
by Charlie Finch 6/19/01
Maurizio Cattelan's lounge act.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 6/15/01
The 17th century age of oak.


MY GENERATION
by Pernilla Holmes 6/14/01
London gets a video party.


PRIMORDIAL SEASONINGS
by Jerry Saltz 6/13/01
Verne Dawson at Gavin Brown's Enterprise.


SHADOWS OF THE WALL
by Alan Moore 6/12/01
The indigestible Wolf Vostell at Janos Gat Gallery in New York.


URBAN VISIONARY
by Ilka Scobie 6/11/01
An interview with painter Martha Diamond.


LIKE LIFE
by Jerry Saltz 6/6/01
Ron Mueck at James Cohan Gallery.


THE ETHICS ARTIST
by Barbara Pollack 6/5/01
William Kentridge's Soho Eckstein cycle.


DRAWN AND QUARTERED
by Jerry Saltz 5/30/01
James Ensor at the Drawing Center.


ART MARKET WATCH
by Walter Robinson 5/25/01
O'Keeffe rules the American market.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 5/22/01
A special spring post-auction wrap-up.


POST-BLACK
by Jerry Saltz 5/16/01
"Freestyle" at the Studio Museum in Harlem.


SUPERNATURAL THING
by Jerry Saltz 5/10/01
Tantric snake temptation in Chelsea.


ESTHETIC WASTELAND
by Donald Kuspit 5/10/01
The haunted industrial landscape of Bernd and Hilla Becher.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 5/9/01
A special report on the contemporary auctions in New York this spring.


BAD ART MAKES A COMEBACK
by Charlie Finch 5/8/01
How "branding" perpetuates painterly stasis.


CHIHULY COLLECTS
by Brook S. Mason 5/3/01
The Seattle glass master is a major collector of the decorative arts.


WOMAN OVERBOARD
by Jerry Saltz 5/2/01
Hilary Harkness paints a black-comedy universe of perversion.


A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
by Charlie Finch 5/2/01
A Rosenquist is a Rosenquist is a Rosenquist. Or is it a Koons?


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 5/2/01
Collectors finally catch up with the subtle art of Agnes Martin.


LIVING LARGE
by Ilka Scobie 4/27/01
A studio visit with Mr. Julian Schnabel, with photos by Luigi Cazzaniga.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
4/25/01
A reply to Richard Polsky on Sean Scully.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 4/25/01
Robert Gober mesmerizes the market.


BYTE LYTE
by Jerry Saltz 4/25/01
Tepid "BitStreams" at the Whitney.


JACKIEMANIA!
by Walter Robinson 4/23/01
The Met unveils its Jacqueline Kennedy blockbuster.


LOOKING DOWN ON MAN'S BEST FRIEND
by Charlie Finch 4/23/01
Deborah Brown's canine paintings at Cheryl Pelavin.


THE SEMIOTIC ANTI-SUBJECT
by Donald Kuspit 4/20/01
Postmodernism's repudiation of subjectivity.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 4/18/01
Chuck Close, the art world's universally beloved artist.


NONOBJECTIVITY AS A CRISIS OF SUBJECTIVITY
by Donald Kuspit 4/13/01
How pure art came to the artist's emotional rescue.


MORNINGS WITH HARRY CALLAHAN
by Victor M. Cassidy 4/12/01
Chicago storefronts in color by the famed photographer.


WILD THING
by Jerry Saltz 4/11/01
William Blake brings heaven and hell to the Met.

ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 4/11/01
Sean Scully's paintings are difficult not to like. But...


THE ROMANTIC SUBJECT
by Donald Kuspit 4/6/01
Art as the embodiment of creative illness.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 4/5/01
A history of Chinese furniture, through the Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644.


TWO ESKIMOS
by Charlie Finch 4/4/01
The cold new world of Will Cotton and Damian Loeb.


HOPPER IN JAPAN
by Gail Levin 3/30/01
Epitomizing mid-century America for a Japanese art audience.


ASK MARK KOSTABI
by Mark Kostabi 3/29/01
Practical advice for the ambitious artist.


READING RUPPERSBERG
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 3/29/01
The novel that writes itself comes of age.


HEAT OF THE MOMENT
by Jerry Saltz 3/28/01
Gary Hume's rakish new paintings have an air of now.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 3/28/01
Don Judd's work offers the best deal in the art market.


THE ROMANCE OF STRUCTURE
by Victor M. Cassidy 3/26/01
Sculptor Robert Stackhouse at the Arizona Museum of Art.


THE PURITAN BODY
by Donald Kuspit 3/23/01
Suggestive new paintings by Philip Pearlstein at Robert Miller.


SIGNS OF LIFE ON 26TH STREET
by Charlie Finch 3/23/01
New work by Justine Kurland and Maria Marshall in West Chelsea.


DUST TO DUST
by Jerry Saltz 3/22/01
Vik Muniz's photos at the Whitney.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 3/21/01
Cy Twombly's art inspires near-religious devotion.


DRAWING THE UNIVERSE
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 3/20/01
Russell Crotty maps the globe of heaven.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 3/16/01
At the galleries for Asia Week: China jade, Japanese screens and archaic bronze bells.


MAASTRICHT MASTERS
by Brook S. Mason 3/15/01
The booming market for 16th- and 17th-century paintings.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 3/14/01
Brice Marden rules the market for contemporary painting.


BACKDOOR MAN
by Jerry Saltz 3/14/01
The wit and wisdom of Paul McCarthy.


HERE, MY DEAR, VERMEER
by Charlie Finch 3/13/01
A poem for the old Dutch treat.


COLLECTING BEAUTY
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 3/8/01
Christie's auctions the exotic high-and-low holdings of L.A. decorator Tony Duquette.


DECORATIVE PAINTING FOR THE NEW CENTURY
Victor M. Cassidy 3/8/01
Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis and Roussel in "Beyond the Easel."


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 3/7/01
The mysteries of the David Salle market.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 3/6/01
The rise of mahogany and the Palladian style in the Early Georgian period.


ARCHITECT OF CALIFORNIA
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 3/6/01
How R.M. Schindler invented the classic California house.


SIGNIFYING MALICE
by Donald Kuspit 3/5/01
Bruce Nauman's figurative works from the 1980s.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 2/28/01
Richard Diebenkorn gets on the art-auction radar.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 2/22/01
Alexander Calder, the "recession-proof" artist.


PSYCHITECTURAL DIGEST
by Jerry Saltz 2/21/01
Ricci Albenda's "Tasseract" at Andrew Kreps.


ART AND ITS PASSIONS
by Giovanni Garcia-Fenech 2/15/01
Notes on an interview with Italian super-curator Achille Bonito Oliva.


LEO AND LISA, LATHER AND LIGHT
by Charlie Finch 2/15/01
New paintings by Lisa Ruyter at Leo Koenig in Tribeca.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 2/14/01
A look at the auction results of Pop artist Jim Dine.


HISTORY LESSON
by Jerry Saltz 2/14/01
Huyghe's debut, a fascinating media spectacle.


FUZZY LOGIC
by Robert Mahoney 2/12/01
Adult-erated art in "Childhood and Contemporary Art" at P.S.1.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 2/8/01
Robert Rauschenberg's prices are about to take off.


ON THE ROCKS
by Jerry Saltz 2/7/01
Nan Goldin at Matthew Marks Gallery.


MANET'S STILL LIFES
by N. F. Karlins 2/6/01
The exhibition that originated at the Muse d'Orsay makes its only U.S. stop at the Walters Art Museum.


VALENTINE ANTIQUE
by Sherry Wong 2/6/01
A walking tour of New York's famous Antique District.


CATHERINE THE GREAT COLLECTOR
by Stanley Abercrombie 2/5/01
At London's Somerset House, an exhibition on the sensational Russian tsarina.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 2/2/01
Jasper Johns, America's greatest living artist.


NORMAN DUBROW GIVES IT AWAY
by Charlie Finch 2/2/01
A profile of the savvy contemporary art collector.


ASK MARK KOSTABI
by Mark Kostabi 2/1/01
When you've got the goods, the collectors come out of the woods.


GARRETT'S ATTIC
by Wendell Garrett 1/26/01
Thomas Hope and George Bullock, innovators of English Regency furniture.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 1/25/01
Despite its esthetic importance, the work of Frank Stella struggles at auction.


WALL POWER
by Jerry Saltz 1/24/01
Has Sol LeWitt gone stale?


I KISSED ANDY WARHOL
by April Elizabeth Lamm 1/23/01
Something quietly erotic is happening at the International Center of Photography.


LASCIVIOUS OLD MASTERS
by Walter Robinson 1/22/01
The sensuous Renaissance at auction in New York.


SOLAR POWER
by Jerry Saltz 1/19/01
After three decades, Twombly returns with a majestic cycle of paintings.


SUPERFLAT
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp 1/18/01
Anime comes of age at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.


STEVE MUMFORD PAINTS A PICTURE
by Charlie Finch 1/12/01
A day in the life of New York art, 2001.


ART MARKET GUIDE 2001
by Richard Polsky 1/10/01
Growing demand in the Roy Lichtenstein market.


TAOISM AND THE ARTS OF CHINA
by Victor M. Cassidy 1/10/01
A profound encounter with one of history's great civilizations.


STOP MAKING SENSE
by Jerry Saltz 1/5/01
MoMA's "Open Ends" is a perfect mess.


ART WILL SURVIVE, AND THRIVE, ON THE NET
by Charlie Finch 1/4/01
Contemporary art has a rosy future on the Internet.



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