Marsden Hartley  (American, 1878-1943) 

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>Whitney Biennial 2012 ROMPER ROOM by Charlie Finch. Is the 2012 Whitney Biennial so fake it makes your skin crawl?, 03/23/2012
>DEFENDING PAINTING AND SCULPTURE by Charlie Finch. Charlie Finch makes a case for the "fixed world of painting and sculpture," often sidelined in favor of performance art., 03/23/2012
Whitney Biennial 2012 RISKY SITUATIONS by Emily Nathan The Whitney Museum of American Art unveils its signature show, the Whitney Biennial, Mar. 1-May 27, 2012., 02/28/2012
"Hide/Seek" MOSTLY HIDDEN AT "HIDE/SEEK" by Barbara Pollack. "Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture" at the Brooklyn Museum., 11/18/2011
John Storrs MACHINE-AGE MODERNIST by N.F. Karlins. An American who lived and worked in France, John Storrs was a pioneer of modernist sculpture in the U.S., 05/10/2011
ARTNET NEWS. Stuckists protest Damien Hirst, Art Loop Open in Chicago, portraits of “difference and desire,” Take Home a Nude, more., 10/12/2010
A GRAND TOUR by Jerry Saltz. My favorite paintings in New York, in no particular order., 08/09/2010
Christian Marclay, "Performative Actions," Norman Rockwell, Brion Gysin, Dennis Hopper, Charles Ledray, "Matisse 1913-1917," Thomas Eakins, more, 07/01/2010
ART SHOW 2010 by Walter Robinson. The Art Dealers Association of American Art Show is a way of life., 03/02/2010
Cézanne and America by N.F. Karlins. In a groundbreaking exhibition, the Montclair Art Museum examines Paul Cézanne’s influence on American artists., 10/05/2009
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Joe Brainard, Alfred Gescheidt, Mary McConnell, Simone Lucas, A.R. Penck, more, 09/04/2009
ARTNET NEWS. O’Keeffe biopic, Richard Hambleton is back, new art school in India, new Vegas supergallery, new awards for video art, more., 09/03/2009
ARTNET NEWS. O’Keeffe biopic, Richard Hambleton is back, new art school in India, new Vegas supergallery, new awards for video art, more., 09/03/2009
GOTHAM ART & THEATER by Elisabeth Kley. Summer group shows at Marian Goodman, Murray Guy, Alexander and Bonin, Lisa Cooley, Harris Lieberman, Casey Kaplan., 08/24/2009
CéZANNE AND BEYOND by N.F. Karlins. A new exhibition celebrates the influence of the 19th-century artist on 18 of his 20th-century colleagues., 03/09/2009
TWO FRIDAS by Ben Davis. Frida Kahlo’s surreal Socialist Realism., 08/26/2008
DOWNEAST ROUNDUP by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy. Summer art in Maine, 2008., 08/26/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. Christie’s record-setting American art sale, prints at Phillips, Kahn House buy-in., 05/22/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. The 20th annual Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory., 02/21/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Eliasson’s ice car, Hirst’s skull sold, Holzer projection in D.C., Phyllis Diller: art sage, more., 09/05/2007
ART MARKET WATCH. An intense two weeks of auctions of American, Russian, Asian and Latin American art., 12/04/2006
THE WHITNEY CONTEMPORARY by Jerry Saltz. The Whitney’s current Picasso exhibition shows that the museum needs a new vision. Plus, Marcia Tucker, R.I.P., 11/06/2006
THE FAILURE OF DE MONTEBELLO by Charlie Finch. Taking apart the Met chief’s latest pronouncements., 09/28/2006
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
BOOK REPORT by Abraham Orden. Essay collections by John Updike and Lawrence Rinder., 08/11/2006
ARTNET NEWS. Art and tax probes, Katrina photos at the Met, Gulf Art Fair, more. Plus, Jason Rhoades, RIP., 08/02/2006
ARTNET NEWS. A roundup of summer attractions at galleries in the New Mexico art capital for visitors to Site Santa Fe's Sixth International Biennial., 07/13/2006
ARTNET NEWS. A roundup of summer attractions at galleries in the New Mexico art capital for visitors to Site Santa Fe’s Sixth International Biennial., 07/13/2006
HEAPS AND CONSEQUENCES by Jerry. Saltz Tara Donovan’s undulating, otherworldly river valley. Plus, Judith Linhares., 04/03/2006
IDOL THOUGHTS by Jerry Saltz. The glory of Fountain, Marcel Duchamp’s ground-breaking "moneybags piss pot.", 02/27/2006
SEEING OUT LOUD by Jerry Saltz. Having an eye in criticism. Plus, Charles Burchfield and "Looking at Words.", 12/20/2005