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Christoph Büchel
the office
at Maccarone
REVIEWS 2001 ARCHIVES

HOUSE RULES
by Michael Rossi 12/21/01
Christoph Büchel deconstructs the red brick schoolhouse.


BEAUTIFUL DISLOCATION
by Eve Wood 12/21/01
Francesca Gabbiani's mysterious interiors.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 12/20/01
New York's new Asia Museum, "Five Tastes" at Japan Society.


MIAMI SUN
by Walter Robinson 12/19/01
A visit to the Miami Beach art scene.


THEATER OF THE BODY
by Elisabeth Kley 12/19/01
Endurance through training with painter Peter Krashes.


TRACES
by Corinne Bourgeois Kevorkian 12/14/01
Autumn in Paris with Sophie Calle, Mark Dion and Vik Muniz.


ART COLONY BLUES
by Alan Moore 12/6/01
Michael Smith and Joshua White welcome you to QuinQuag.


BUBBLIN' BALTIMORE
by N. F. Karlins 12/4/01
The Cone' s Matisses, art from Antioch, the Walters collection, war and peace, Dieu Donne.


SIMPLE THRILLS
by Michael Rossi 11/28/01
The indulgent beauty of Will Cotton's paintings.


LETTER FROM ATLANTA
by Cathy Byrd 11/27/01
The city's art scene is thriving.


DIGITAL UTOPIA
by Elisabeth Kley 11/20/01
Jeremy Blake packs a lot of ambition into a little colored light.

AMERICA'S ESTHETIC MODERNS
by N. F. Karlins 11/19/01
A survey of turn-of-the-century American paintings and drawings at Vance Jordan in New York.

LONDON LETTER
by Pernilla Holmes 11/16/01
Matthew Collings, Abigail Lane, Sophie Von Hellerman, the Barbican, the Courtauld, more.


THE ACADEMIE MATISSE
by Eric Gelber 11/13/01
The Studio School surveys Matisse's brief career as an art teacher.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 11/12/01
The Southern Song, the October auctions, India's jewels.


TAUBMAN ON TRIAL
by Lindsay Pollock 11/9/01
Jury selection begins in A. Alfred Taubman's price-fixing trial.


FLUXUS REDUX
by Alan Moore 11/8/01
George Maciunas lives at Art in General's 20th anniversary exhibition.


LIMITS OF FREEDOM
by Corinne Bourgeois Kevorkian 11/5/01
The melancholic conundrums of Philippe Ramette.


LOVING NEW YORK
by Lindsay Pollock 10/30/01
The art world raises funds for WTC victims.


THE BROAD ROAD SHOW
by Paul Hasegawa-Overacker 10/26/01
A visit to supercollectorville in Los Angeles.


DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 10/25/01
Imagist Christina Ramberg and more in Richmond, Jonathan Lerman, William Baziotes, Hockney & Matisse, more.


BEAUTIFUL YOU
by Amanda Church 10/24/01
Accidents and earnestness on the Lower East Side.


EMBLEMS OF REALITY
by Pernilla Holmes 10/17/01
A new gallery in London premieres with photographs by Thomas Ruff.


AN AFTERNOON AT FIAC
by Corinne Bourgeois Kevorkian 10/16/01
A report on the 28th annual French art fair.


WEEKEND UPDATE
by Walter Robinson 10/12/01
The atom age at Brooklyn, Giacometti at MoMA, Signace at the Met, more.


BROKEN LOVE
by Alan Moore 10/4/01
Kara Walker's hardcore history.


PALAZZO FANTASTICO
by Brook S. Mason 10/1/01
Glories of the Italian style at the Florence Biennale.


HISTORY ASKS, "WHAT THEN?"
by Alan Moore 9/29/01
Wolfgang Staehle and the electronic network.


THE TALENT CLUB
by Lindsay Pollock 9/28/01
Ricci Albenda makes a mural in Manhattan.


WEEKEND UPDATE
by Walter Robinson 9/10/01
King Tut returns to the Met, along with Friedrich's "Moonwatchers." Plus, the contemporary art scene awakens in West Chelsea, more.


MAN IN A BOX
by Ned Higgins 8/22/01
Erik Wesselo's films put work in perspective.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 8/16/01
First ever Islamic glass show at the Corning Museum.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 8/9/01
Chinese commemorative portraits at the Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C.


CARTOON REALITY
by Ned Higgins 8/7/01
The desire for innocence overpowers the art world.


DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 8/6/01
The magnificent Monte Carlo Biennale.


A CRITIC'S COLLECTION
by Donald Kuspit 8/2/01
Clement Greenberg's art collection at the Portland Art Museum.


DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 7/31/01
Looking east for a trio of art fairs for August.


TINY TOWNS
by Alan Moore 7/30/01
The small gets large with Charles Simonds and Nils Norman.


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


CALIFORNIA FABERGE
by Victor M. Cassidy 7/27/01
Ron Nagle's ceramic comedy.


ARTNET INSIDER
by Sherry Wong 7/26/01
A wealth of art in Artnet.com's gallery district.

THE NEW TATTOO
by Pernilla Holmes 7/23/01
Young British artists take a look at a rather old art form.

SUMMER DRAWINGS
by N. F. Karlins 7/20/01
Survey shows at the Frick, the Metropolitan Museum and the Tibor de Nagy gallery.


SWEET STUFF
by Sherry Wong 7/9/01
Wayne Thiebaud and the yummy things in life.


PHILADELPHIA STORY
by Roberta Fallon 7/5/01
Tom Friedman, "Folk and Fantasy," Virgil Marti, "Brave/Smart," a new Vox Populi, more.


INTO AFRICA
by Joy Garnett 6/26/01
Africa comes to New York in the spring.

DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 6/22/01
The antiques trade flourishes at London's Grosvenor House fair.

SCULPTURE NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 6/19/01
For the summer, horses in SoHo, Brooklyn collects, and psychosomatica in Chelsea.

DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 6/18/01
A report from London's International Ceramics Fair and Seminar.

BASELMANIA
by Walter Robinson 6/14/01
The 32nd Basel art fair is a mecca for contemporary art.

DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 6/11/01
Raphael, Michelangelo, Ruscha at the Morgan, Turner to Czanne at Krugier, and the Riviera at AXA.

VENICE DIVERTIMONDO
by Walter Robinson 6/7/01
A first look at the 49th Biennale di Venezia.


DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 6/7/01
Magic carpets on a roll.


THE GEM IN THE BACK
by Charlie Finch 6/6/01
A gang of girls takes over Silverstein Gallery.


DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY
by Brook S. Mason 6/1/01
Cutting-edge design mixes with exotic imports at SOFA in New York.


PLAYING AROUND
by Alan Moore 5/31/01
Transgression and criticality in "Play's the Thing."


LIGHT FANTASTIC
by Sherry Wong 5/29/01
Hiro Yamagata's solar system.


AMENABLE ANGEL
by Charlie Finch 5/24/01
The visual confections of East Los Angeles artist Eduardo Sarabia.


JUNGE KUNST
by Stephen Hilger 5/23/01
The Frankfurt art fair specializes in new art.


BOTTICELLI'S DANTE
by N. F. Karlins 5/17/01
On view at the Royal Academy in London, a rare Divine Comedy.


LOST IN SPACE
by Victor M. Cassidy 5/17/01
"Building for Space Travel" at the Art Institute of Chicago.


HELLO, ART CHICAGO
by Walter Robinson 5/11/01
New art from 225 dealers at the international art fair.


ORNERY UTOPIA
by Joe Fyfe 5/11/01
A show called "Danger" brings the irrational up to date.

ARTNET INSIDER
by Sherry Wong 5/10/01
New work by Bill Viola, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Katherine Sherwood, Sandra Tucci, John Hilliard and Brad Kahlhamer.

DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 5/8/01
"Two Hundred Years of American Watercolors, Pastels and Drawings." Plus, Lauren Baxter and James Ensor.

ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 5/7/01
Wright's Japanese obsession, New Jersey's Tibetan art hoard.

MOUSE TRAPS
by Barbara Pollack 5/7/01
Museums scan for money in the digital realm.


BERLIN ART DIARY
by April Elizabeth Lamm 5/4/01
The daze and laze of the Second Berlin Biennale.


L.A. CONFIDENTIAL
by Stephen Hilger 4/30/01
August Sander, Stan Douglas, L.A. as a stage set, Oliver Boberg and Eva Leitolf, more.


ARTNET INSIDER
by Christina Shearman 4/19/01
Jeff Koons, Georg Baselitz, Jennifer Bartlett, Robert Mangold, Saint Clair Cemin and Sally Mann.


WEEKEND UPDATE
by Walter Robinson 4/17/01
Karim Rashid, Atelier von Lieshout, Sean Landers, Elisabeth Kley, Hans Breder, Diana Thater, more.


ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 4/16/01
Auction results for Asia Week in New York.

STANLEY SPENCER
by Pernilla Holmes 4/16/01
A retrospective of the British magic realist at Tate Britain.

THE SALON DU DESSIN 2001
by Eliza Garlick 4/12/01
A feast of works on paper in Paris.

HELLO 21ST CENTURY
by Irit Krygier 4/10/01
"Public Offerings" at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.

ARTNET INSIDER
by Walter Robinson 4/9/01
During a bear market, look to the land.

LETTER FROM TOKYO
by Kay Itoi 4/5/01
A quick and dirty guide to Tokyo's newest contemporary galleries.

ART FROM THE EAST
by Fred Stern 4/3/01
Tang at Eskenazi, Jain "Jina" at Schultz and the Bellak collection in Philadelphia.


DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 3/27/01
Jean Poyet illuminated manuscripts, plus works by Norval Morrisseau/Copper Thunderbird, and Ray Hamilton.


ARTNET INSIDER
by Christina Shearman 3/27/01
Ilona Rich, Altoon Sultan, Martin McGinn, Peter Davies, Jannis Kounellis, Liz Rideal, more.


ARCO REPORT
by Ysabel de la Rosa 3/22/01
At Madrid's art fair, a buying spree with a British accent.


THE PARIS ALTERNATIVE
by Julie Ryan 3/22/01
Eric Mézan's new "agence artistique" in the city of light.


DAVID EBONY'S TOP TEN
by David Ebony 3/20/01
Dennis Oppenheim at ACE, Luigi Ontani at P.S.1, Tonel at Art in General, Carrie Mae Weems at the ICP, Edwin Schlossberg at the National Arts Club, Eduardo Costa at Cecilia de Torres, Robert Reitzfeld at Anita Friedman, Tristano di Robilant at Annina Nosei, William Eggleston at Cheim & Read, Top Changtrakul at Lance Fung.

DOUBLE-NESS
by Victor M. Cassidy 3/19/01
Rina Yoon and Molly Briggs show in Chicago.


ART THERAPY
by April Lamm 3/19/01
The media conceptualism of Italian artists Arpiani Pagliarini.


ARTNET INSIDER
by Sherry Wong 3/16/01
Around the world with Artnet.com galleries.


GOTHAM DISPATCH
by Max Henry 3/15/01
An interview with "Bitstreams" curator Lawrence Rinder.


WEEKEND UPDATE
by Walter Robinson 3/14/01
Gary Hume, Thomas Demand, Rosemarie Trockel, Sophie Calle, Martin Kersels, more.


PHILADELPHIA STORY
by Roberta Fallon 3/13/01
New paintings by Jim Lee and Jon Poblador.


FANCIFUL FLOWERS
by N. F. Karlins 3/12/01
"Botany and the American Quilt" at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C.


ARTNET INSIDER
by Christina Shearman 3/9/01
This month's top painting shows on Artnet.com.


LONDON CALLING
by Ingrid Lunden 3/6/01
Michael Landy, Tate Modern's "Century City," and Art2001.


THIRSTY FOR GURSKY
by Charlie Finch 3/2/01
The Museum of Modern Art's retrospective of German photog Andreas Gursky.


GOTHAM DISPATCH
by Max Henry 2/28/01
The Armory riff. Product was moving.


DRAWING NOTEBOOK
by N. F. Karlins 2/27/01
Elise Engler, Jacob Lawrence and "Correggio and Parmigianino: Master Draftsmen of the Renaissance."


ARTNET INSIDER
by Christina Shearman 2/26/01
Barbara Hepworth, Laurence Hegarty, James Hayward, Howard Schatz, more.

INTO AFRICA
by Joy Garnett 2/23/01
Glenn Ligon's text paintings, Carrie Weems' narratives, African "Beauty and Form."

WEEKEND UPDATE
by Walter Robinson 2/20/01
Sugimoto, Bill Jensen, James Nares, Anne Truitt, Nicholas Krushenick, John Walker, more.


PALM BEACH TASTE
by Brook S. Mason 2/8/01
From silver and crystal to cloisonn and Morisot at the Palm Beach International Art & Antique Fair.


CHINA LIVES
by Fred Stern 1/30/01
The architecture of everyday life in the world's most populous country.


GOTHAM DISPATCH
by Max Henry 1/29/01
A look at the conceptual photography of Wolfgang Tillmans and Jan Dibbets.


THE HARD-TO-GET-AT MUSE
by Donald Kuspit 1/26/01
David Salle's new paintings are the last, risky gasp of the idea of pure, autonomous art.


SPECIAL EDITION: OUTSIDER ART
by N. F. Karlins 1/24/01
A special feature on Outsider Art exhibitions in New York.


PRAIRIE SMOKE
by Victor M. Cassidy 1/23/01
A critique of late work by the celebrated Dadaist Francis Picabia. Plus more news and reviews from Chicago.


PHOTO L.A. 2001
by Irit Krygier 1/22/01
A growing West Coast photography market at the 10th Los Angeles Photographic Print Exposition.


PRIZE AMERICANA
by Brook S. Mason 1/19/01
Booming sales at 47th annual Winter Antiques Show.


CERAMIC GALORE
by Brook S. Mason 1/18/01
The New York Ceramics Fair at the National Academy of Design.


PARIS JOURNAL
by Julie Ryan 1/17/01
"Au-Del Du Spectacle" at the Pompidou Center.


AMERICANA IN COMMAND
by Brook S. Mason 1/17/01
It's Americana week in New York.


PAINTER'S JOURNAL
by John Zinsser 1/16/01
Bernard Frize, Sue Williams, Pamela Fraser, Jonathan Newman, Mary Weatherford, Suzanne McClelland, more.


LETTER FROM MADRID
by Ysabel de la Rosa 1/15/01
The human Picasso. Plus, "The Painter's Theater," ARCO, Candida Höfer, Iñaki Zaldunbide, Alfredo Alcaín, more.


PALM BEACH REPORT
by Walter Robinson 1/12/01
An eclectic selection of top works at Art Palm Beach.


LONDON CALLING
by Ingrid Lunden 1/10/01
The British Museum's new Great Court, plus Anselm Kiefer, Brad Kahlhamer, artists at the Delfina, more.


PHILADELPHIA STORY
by Roberta Fallon 1/9/01
Spacing out at the Tyler, plus Sister Corita Kent, Raoul De Keyser, Frank Bramblett, Lisa Yuskavage, more.


A HUMAN MASTERPIECE
by Els Fiers 1/9/01
Wim Delvoye's incredible shit machine.


BROOKLYN SPICE
by Giovanni Garcia-Fenech 1/5/01
Lee Krasner, robots, Barnstormers, Mark Masyga, Jane Fine, Elizabeth Campbell, Guy Richards Smit, more.


UPTOWN ROUNDS
by Robert Mahoney 1/4/01
David Douglas Duncan, Garry Winogrand, Fred Tomaselli, John McCracken, James Castle, more.


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