We Need Judy Chicago's Dinner Party Now, More Than Ever
Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, the pioneering 1981 installation and subject of a new show at the Brooklyn Museum, is serving blistering feminist critique for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Dana Schutz: Shaking Out the Bed
Dana Schutz has attracted controversy ever since her painting of murdered black teen Emmett Till whipped up debate at this year's Whitney Biennial. Now some are calling for Boston's ICA to pull her show there. But does the work suggest a way forward?