Barnett Newman  (American, 1905-1970) 

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NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS. “Posters of Paris,” “Made in L.A.,” Jasper John prints, Ellsworth Kelly plants, George Bellows, “Visions of Arcadia,” David Shrigley, Josiah McElheny, Amanda Ross-Ho, “Signs and Symbols,” Richard Diebenkorn, more., 06/01/2012
Art Market Watch CHRISTIE'S CONTEMPORARY DOES A RECORD $388 MILLION. On auctioneer Christopher Burge's final night at the podium, a historic sale with no less than 11 new auction records., 05/08/2012
Art Law THE KNOEDLER-ROSALES CASE: A DEALER'S DEFENSE by Daniel Grant. Art dealer Ann Freedman arguments in the case of the Knoedler-Rosales forgery allegations., 04/04/2012
Art Law READING THE TEA LEAVES IN THE KNOEDLER MESS by Daniel Grant. Caught up in an FBI investigation and numerous lawsuits, the now-defunct Knoedler & Company gallery and its former director face a long slog., 04/03/2012
Gerhard Richter PAINTING, ON FILM by Emily Nathan. The stunning Corinna Belz documentary on Gerhard Richter’s painting process opens at New York’s Film Forum., 03/15/2012
Helen Frankenthaler EBB AND FLOW by Charlie Finch. RIP Helen Frankenthaler, 1920-2011, American Abstract-Expressionist painter who was a pioneer of the Washington Color School., 12/27/2011
Jane Wilson THE ECLIPSE OF LANDSCAPE by Donald Kuspit. In Jane Wilson's landscape paintings, an apotheosis of the whole of nature, restored to its naked state in a modern urban world., 12/22/2011
CONTEMPT: STILL VS. RICHTER by Charlie Finch. Are there two more mediocre apostles of abstract painting than Clyfford Still and Gerhard Richter?, 11/22/2011
Willem de Kooning BEAUTY AND THE BEASTLY ARTIST: WILLEM DE KOONING'S DESTRUCTIVENESS by Donald Kuspit. Who is de Kooning's woman? An essay on the occasion of "De Kooning: A Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art., 10/06/2011
Clyfford Still Museum STILL THE ONE by Peter Plagens. Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still, the self-proclaimed master of the monumental sublime, finally gets his own namesake museum., 09/15/2011
Noble or Nibble? LAST TRAIN TO DULLSVILLE by Charlie Finch. Looking at tombstones, thinking it's the sky, with James Siena and Thornton Willis (and Frankenthaler and Pousette-Dart)., 04/22/2011
Rest in Peace JOHN MCCRACKEN, 1934-2011 by Jerry Saltz. Good-bye to a great space cowboy, a master of brilliantly colored, exquisitely smooth Minimalist forms., 04/12/2011
ASK AN ART CRITIC by Jerry Saltz. Rudolf Stingel at Gagosian Gallery, snobby gallerinas and a guide to the Lower East Side gallery scene., 04/04/2011
Ceramics et al.: CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE ARTS by Donald Kuspit. The Zeitgeist haunts us, and makes the work of art haunting, and convincing., 03/29/2011
REAPING WHAT SHE SEWS by Emily Nathan. Colorist Sonia Delaunay shows her spots -- and her checks and zigzags -- in an exhibition of textiles at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum., 03/24/2011
IS PICASSO NECESSARY? by Charlie Finch. Do we still need to look at Pablo Picasso? Do we need to look at anyone else?, 02/10/2011
>THE OLD IS NEW AGAIN by Jerry Saltz. Paintings you can’t miss at MoMA’s historic Abstract Expressionism show., 11/17/2010
>SCULPTURE AS NARRATIVE by Simon Todd. An interview with English sculptor Nick Hornby., 09/28/2010
>MY FAVORITE FIFTY by Charlie Finch. Rising to the challenge to name 50 personal favorite paintings., 08/18/2010
A GRAND TOUR by Jerry Saltz. My favorite paintings in New York, in no particular order., 08/09/2010
>DOWN BY THE RIVER by Charlie Finch. Contemplating the influence of Matisse’s Bathers by the River., 07/14/2010
WORK OF ART 1946 by Charlie Finch. Orson Welles is your host, live from the St. Regis Hotel., 04/13/2010
THE MYTH OF MYSELF (AND MODERNISM) by Donald Kuspit. Reevaluating the Italian Neo-Expressionist Sandro Chia at his retrospective in Rome., 02/18/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Bad press for African Museum, Dali Museum in limbo, bologna at Speed Museum, really small gallery in Santa Monica., 01/14/2010
Through History to Authenticity: John Millei’s Paintings by Donald Kuspit., 01/14/2010
SHAMELESSLY PLUGGING MY MIDDLE AGED FRIENDS by Charlie Finch. Bushwick’s new Storefront gallery, George Negroponte at Kouros, and news of Steve Van Nort and Deborah Kass., 01/11/2010
WHAT THE OBAMAS SHOULD HAVE BORROWED by Charlie Finch. A modest proposal, or two., 10/13/2009
>OUT OF THE EROTIC GHETTO by Jerry Saltz. The Whitney’s welcome retrospective rescues Georgia O’Keeffe from sex and flowers., 09/28/2009
I SOLD ANDY WARHOL, AN EXCERPT by Richard Polsky. Chapter 11 of the new book, I Sold Andy Warhol (Too Soon)., 09/15/2009
MOTHER-IN-LAW by Charlie Finch. Anne Truitt at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden., 09/03/2009
ARTNET GOSSIP by Rosetta Stone. Art world gears up for September openings, Leibovitz at Danzinger, Obama as G.O.D., more., 08/18/2009
GODDESS OR GYNECOLOGY? by Donald Kuspit. Robert Graham’s female nude., 07/10/2009
VIENNA REPORT by Julie Ryan. Spring in the Austrian capital., 06/23/2009
>Dude, You’ve Gotta See This by Jerry Saltz. Three Charles Ray sculptures at Matthew Marks are a total trip, 06/15/2009
BEAUTY IS BACK by Donald Kuspit. Graham Nickson’s “Italian Skies” balance inner and outer beauty., 05/21/2009
ARTNET NEWS. Artist runs to be Iceland prime minister, Republicans reignite culture wars, Dark Fair redux, Vezzoli’s Greed, AICA awards, more., 01/20/2009
MoMA’s Sex Change by Jerry Saltz. Pipilotti Rist gives a masculinist MoMA a redeeming shot of estrogen., 01/12/2009
MoMA’s Sex Change by Jerry Saltz. Pipilotti Rist gives a masculinist MoMA a redeeming shot of estrogen., 01/12/2009
MoMA’s Sex Change by Jerry Saltz. Pipilotti Rist gives a masculinist MoMA a redeeming shot of estrogen., 01/12/2009
THE ART CRITIC by Peter Plagens. A novel, chapter 24., 11/18/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. $113.6 million at Christie’s contemporary, 11/13/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. $1.9 million for MOCA L.A. at Phillips, plus day sales at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, and a note on Sotheby’s stock price., 05/16/2008
ART MARKET WATCH. Christie’s contemporary does $348 million., 05/14/2008
ARTNET NEWS. The "starving dog" controversy, Whitney Biennial news, plus Arizona Republicans fail to censor 9/11 memorial, SFMOMA roof garden, Bernini in North America, more., 04/17/2008
PENNMANSHIP by Charlie Finch. Steely esthetic asceticism from Irving Penn., 01/14/2008
WAR AND SEX by Michèle C. Cone. Patriotism, propaganda and passion at Exit Art, 12/27/2007
WEEKDAY UPDATE by Charlie Finch. A single masterpiece on view in New York’s Chelsea art district., 12/03/2007
A SHOEBOX SHOW by Charlie Finch. Park Avenue Bank hosts a show of works by 20th-century women artists., 10/25/2007
ARTNET NEWS. More money for museum directors, kids collect, artists print money, more., 09/18/2007
FINALLY, SOMEBODY by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. Rediscovering the eccentric (and influential) abstractions of Mary Heilmann., 08/08/2007


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