Art In America

James Frey Reframed

The professional bad boy, pseudo-memoirist, art dealer, collector, and writing-factory founder assumes a startline new role—celebrity artist.

Hammering Down Lozano's Legacy

"Lee was a very careful and skilled person," says Barry Rosen of the Lee Lozano Estate, with deceptive subtlety. However innocuous, the description runs countrary to the sensationalism that has dogged the artist's legacy. After her struggle with...

Ernesto Neto

Could it be that Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto’s anthropodino actually felt a tad small? The statistics for this succession of cavelike chambers and corridors, many of them adorned with spice-filled stalactites, suggest it should have been otherwise....

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