from The New York Times
The Rope Wrangler, Ideas Unfurling
Arts & Leisure, May 5, 2013
Orly Genger, an artist who deploys masses of rope in eye-popping ways, has created an installation of three enclosures with rope walls for Madison Square Park."
Slide Show: The Art of Orly Genger
Maya Lin’s New Memorial Is a City
Arts & Leisure, April 28, 2013
After Hurricane Sandy, Maya Lin, the architect and artist, decided her new show at Pace Gallery would fix on Manhattan and its surrounding landscape, environmental history and waterways.
Slide Show: Of Nature and Rivers of Pins
The Graffitist Who Moved Indoors
Arts & Leisure, March 31, 2013
A retrospective on Barry McGee, tracing his roots as a graffiti artist, opens April 6 at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
Slide Show: The Two Worlds of Barry McGee
Illustrating Her Own Narrative
Arts & Leisure, March 24, 2013
A retrospective of work from Barbara Nessim at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London recognizes her talents as an illustrator.
Slide Show: A Feminist Illustrator Gets Her Due
Leader Unafraid to Venture Outside of the Lines
Museums, March 21, 2013
Since taking over in 2007 as director of the Society of Illustrators, Anelle Miller has focused on attracting innovative artists and younger visitors.
Stretching Her Creativity as Far as Possible
Arts & Leisure, Dec. 2, 2012
The work of the artist Agnes Denes, in all its variety, is being introduced to new audiences in shows on both coasts.
Slide Show: Good at Math
Fragrances as Art, Displayed Squirt by Squirt
Weekend, Nov. 16, 2012
A new exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design, "The Art of Scent: 1889-2012," showcases 12 fragrances that demonstrate the evolution of modern perfumery.
Battlefield Images, Taking No Prisoners
Arts & Leisure, Nov. 11, 2012
An exhibition on war photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, comprising about 500 objects, brings us closer to the daily realities of armed conflict.
When Artifact 'Became' Art
Fine Arts special section, Oct. 28, 2012
"African Art, New York and the Avant- Garde," an exhibit at the Met, focuses on 1914-32, when African art gained importance in the New York art world.
Always Ready With a Barb
Weekend, Sept. 28, 2012 • cover story
Camille Paglia, critic and provocateur, has a new book on art history. She also hates the Met's Egyptian galleries.
Stories have also appeared in Conde Nast Portfolio, W, Vogue, Artforum.com, Domino, New York, Time Out/New York, and a slew of art magazines, including Beaux Arts, Modern Painters and Artnews.
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