from The New York Times
Fairy Tales, but Strictly Adults-Only
Arts & Leisure, November 22, 2009
In his recent works, the ribald, pop-culture-obsessed provocateur known as Paul McCarthy has suddenly revealed himself to be an old master.
Slide Show: Paul McCarthy, Then and Now
Video: A Scene from "Painter"
Video: A Scene from "Whipping a Wall"
Video: A Scene from "Face Painting"
A Gallery Gadfly Revives His Act
Arts & Leisure, November 15, 2009
A long-running gonzo video tour of the New York gallery scene from the '90s has returned to the airwaves, this time as a Web presence.
Video: Gallery Beat Meets Tracey Emin
Paul Hasegawa-Overacker interviews Tracey Emin at the Gramercy International art fair in 1995.
Hockney's Long Road Home
Arts & Leisure, October 18, 2009
• cover story, featured on home page
A transplanted artist left the pools of Southern California for the landscapes of his native Yorkshire.
Audio Slide Show: An Artist's Homecoming
Video: "David Hockney: A Bigger Picture"
A Tribute to the Man, Beyond Just the Mouse
Arts & Leisure, September 6, 2009
With technical wizardry and a cache of private mementos, a new museum honors Walt Disney.
Slide Show: Mickey Gets a Gallery
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Going Softly Into a Parallel Universe
Arts & Leisure, May 17, 2009
Claes Oldenburg reflects on his art at the first show he's had since the death of his wife.
Interactive: Claes, A History
Video: Scenes From 'Fotodeath'
A Confidence Highlighted in Rhinestones
Arts & Leisure, April 12, 2009
Mickalene Thomas likes to go for the gaudy and outrageous, even when her model is her mother.
Audio Slide Show: Redefining Women
Video: Fran, Keri, Sandra
Keeping Art, and Climate, Controlled
Arts & Leisure, April 5, 2009
Conservators look for environmentally sound ways to protect art objects.
No Longer Racing at the Speed of Art
Arts & Leisure, March 22, 2009
Once known for his text-based works and a ferocious productivity, Erik Parker has made changes in both his life and in his work.
Slide Show: Eye-Popping Art
A Trustee Who Defined an Era of Corporate Giving
Museums, March 19, 2009
Ask a group of museum directors to describe the ideal board member, and someone is bound to mention Bruce B. Dayton, long renowned as a trustee's trustee.
Preserving a Rockwell Era
Museums, March 19, 2009
With a newly renovated studio, the Norman Rockwell Museum turns back the clock to 1960, when the artist put his popularity to work for social causes.
Slide Show: Turning Back the Clock on Rockwell
The Rise of the House of Rockwell
Arts & Leisure, February 8, 2009
A museum serving illustrators, scholars, fans and the otherwise curious, who might wonder if their grandparents were Rockwell models.
Slide Show: The Art of Rockwell
Coosje van Bruggen, Sculptor, Dies at 66
Obituaries, January 14, 2009
Ms. van Bruggen was a critic, art historian and artist known for the colorful public sculptures she created around the world with her husband, the Pop artist Claes Oldenburg.
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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