Sam Gilliam works with form and hue, but we always see history in it.
Blake Gopnik is a former contributing critic to The Daily Beast and writes on art and design for a wide range of publications. He previously spent a decade as chief art critic of The Washington Post and before that was an arts editor and critic in Canada. He has a doctorate in art history from Oxford University, and has written on aesthetic topics ranging from Facebook to gastronomy.
Greg Miller catches school children as they wait for their bus to come in.
In 1969, Frederick Hammersley was already playing with CPUs and printers.
Tomoo Gokita paints worlds no one has seen.
Richard Serra repeats the right stuff, at last.
Jeanette May's photos show men at ease in their bachelor pads.
At the Met, jewels by JAR may be tacky junk, but they tell us about ourselves.
Robert Mapplethorpe used old forms for forbidden content.
Two endurance movies go head-to-head