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Borghese Palace, Rome
DONALD KUSPIT 2001 ARCHIVES
by Donald Kuspit 11/12/01
The suggestive absurdity of the human body at C&M Arts.
THE UNEMPATHIC EYE
by Donald Kuspit 10/19/01
Helmut Newton's photographs give the lie to power.
A CRITIC'S COLLECTION
by Donald Kuspit 8/2/01
Clement Greenberg's art collection at the Portland Art Museum.
by Donald Kuspit 7/24/01
Clyfford Still at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
by Donald Kuspit 5/10/01
The haunted industrial landscape of Bernd and Hilla Becher.
THE SEMIOTIC ANTI-SUBJECT
by Donald Kuspit 4/20/01
Postmodernism's repudiation of subjectivity.
NONOBJECTIVITY AS A CRISIS OF SUBJECTIVITY
by Donald Kuspit 4/13/01
How pure art came to the artist's emotional rescue.
THE ROMANTIC SUBJECT
by Donald Kuspit 4/6/01
Art as the embodiment of creative illness.
THE PURITAN BODY
by Donald Kuspit 3/23/01
Suggestive new paintings by Philip Pearlstein at Robert Miller.
by Donald Kuspit 3/5/01
Bruce Nauman's figurative works from the 1980s.
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.
Donald Kuspit Archives
Donald Kuspit 2001 Archives
Donald Kuspit 2000 Archives
Donald Kuspit 1999 Archives
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