Jonathan Torgovnik’s photographs of children born of rape during the Rwandan genocide.
The strange art of fashion photography.
The Brooklyn Museum crowd-sources a photography exhibition.
The utterly singular, thrillingly weird work of Philip Guston.
Is Takashi Murakami Japan’s Andy Warhol—or its Walt Disney?
The art you can make with paint from a can.
Polaroid shakes it for the last time.
Why doesn’t Spencer Tunick get any respect?
Is Bilbao Really Modernist?
What Is Modernism, Exactly? And Is It Still alive?
Kara Walker at midcareer.
A history of the American snapshot.
Can a 4-year-old paint like Pollock?
Does photographer Ryan McGinley deserve all the hype?
How an unassuming font took over the world.
A return visit to Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party.
Why is it so hard to find video art online?
What to make of the critic Robert Hughes.
Fernando Botero’s cartoonish Abu Ghraib paintings.
The mythologizing of Diane Arbus.