Art In America

Scaling Up

Is bigger better? That’s a question many artists and architects are facing, as ever-expanding installations, multivenue exhibitions, vast architectural projects and outsize artworks grab the spotlight. Is bigger better? That's a question many artists...

Postmodernism Style and Subersion 1970-1990

"Postmodernism": a garish pink-and-green neon of the title fizzes at the entrance to the V&A's exhibition, a valiant attempt to grapple with that slipperiest of eras. "Style and Subversion 1970-1990": the show's subtitle implies a seismic struggle,...

Tracey Emin: No Bedtime Story

Once the bad girl of Young British Art, her works taken seriously by only a few, Tracey Emin now has her first museum survey under way. Will she finally achieve a level of art-world respectability that matches her pop-star notoriety?

The Turner Prize

The only shock of this annual barometer of British contemporary art was that there was no shock.

Michael Huey

Reproduction and lineage - issues that affect family identity as well as the meaning of images - haunt an American artist long resident in his ancestral Austria. 

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