by Walter Robinson
The best thing about "Warhol’s Jews" at the Jewish Museum
, which presents the original paintings, the resulting prints, the source photographs and assorted other material for Andy Warhol
’s "Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century," is the opportunity to look back and see how wrong the art critics were -- notably Hilton Kramer
, the proudly reactionary writer who, with his admirable prosody, lorded it over the art world but fooled no one.