Ed Paschke  (American, 1939-2004) 

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Art & Psychedelics. YES, I AM EXPERIENCED by Charlie Finch Dig the pictures in Ken Johnson's new Are You Experienced? How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art., 07/13/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Koons Museum for Pennsylvania?, 05/24/2011
>SAN FRANCISCO SKETCHY by Walter Robinson. Cartier, King Tut, "Shanghai," Luc Tuymans, Tomokazu Matsuyama, John Bankston, Shannon Ebner, Theophilus Brown, Diane Arbus, more., 04/12/2010
MR. ED by Charlie Finch. Ed Paschke becomes his own American icon., 03/19/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Historic Chelsea street art destroyed, fluffernutters at the Whit, Pompei silver at the Met, more., 02/18/2010
THE VARIETIES OF BODY by Donald Kuspit. The National Academy Museum’s "Reconfiguring the Body in American Art, 1820-2009.", 09/02/2009
DRAWN AND QUARTERED by Charlie Finch. "Compass in Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection" at the Museum of Modern Art., 04/23/2009
BLUE-COLLAR HEAVEN by Kevin Nance. A mythic vision of Chicago in Tony Fitzpatrick’s "Portraits of a Remembered City", 06/09/2008
AMERICAN OPTIMIST by Kevin Nance. Jeff Koons is the Energizer Bunny of contemporary art., 06/09/2008
SINISTER SKIES
by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy. Roger Brown’s dialogue with disaster., 06/04/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Guggenheim fellows, Birnbaum for Venice, Documenta 13, Yoko Ono, Jeff Koons, more., 04/08/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Guggenheim fellows, Birnbaum for Venice, Documenta 13, Yoko Ono, Jeff Koons, more., 04/08/2008
CAPITAL ROUNDUP by Sidney Lawrence. John Baldessari curates at the Hirshhorn. Plus, lots of action in D.C. galleries., 03/08/2007
TAKE SOME OFF THE TABLE by Richard Polsky. A review of the overheated contemporary art market, September 2006., 09/25/2006
PLAYING IT STRAIGHT by Jerry Saltz. Alas, the Whitney now looks almost as conservative and canonical as the Modern. Plus, the fall season begins., 09/05/2006
LABELING THE WHITNEY by Ben Davis. The art of text at the Whitney Biennial 2006, 03/02/2006