Post image for UNTITLED. Continues to Make Gains in Miami

Look out, NADA.

Post image for If Helga Were Seagulls: Jamie Wyeth at Boston’s MFA

What do you get when you apply the pastoral idealism of the early 20th century illustration to the ugly post-atomic consumerist reality of the last four decades? You’ll find the answer at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, where the first retrospective of Jamie Wyeth combines Renaissance drawing techniques, druggy seventies icons, personal backstory, and idealized New England seasides– all adding up to a jumbly, at times incoherent, show.

Post image for A Look at Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

“When I look down these halls, it doesn’t make me think about anything”

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My headache was cured at Art Basel Miami.

Post image for A Gift List for Art Christmas

December has come, which means it’s time to get a new calendar. The time has also come to spend your money prudently on art criticism books, or blow it on ostrich pillows. Cyber Monday may be over, but the Internet still offers an abundance of cheap art purchases.

Post image for Play With History, Help Rhizome Bring Back Chop Suey

It’s hard to play the CD-Rom games of our youth. Even some of the most well-known ones have suffered the fate of many commercial releases: here for a season, then gone the next. Wanting them back—it’s not just a matter of needing some keyboard nostalgia; it’s about historicizing gaming.