David Hockney Spills the Tea on the Old Masters’ Collusion with Photography
In GARAGE No. 6, we examined how the British artist shocked the art establishment at the turn of the 21st century by asserting a deeper link between the Old Masters and photography than had previously been suspected.
An 80s Dance Piece Brings the Memory of AIDS Epidemic to a New Generation
A new restaging of Ishmael Houston-Jones’s collaborative 1986 dance “Them” at Performance Space is a haunting reminder of the decimation of AIDS.
Paige Katherine Bradley
Crimes Against Creativity
The Case of the Mafia and the Stolen Caravaggio
Charley Hill, the art world's preeminent sleuth, relates his ongoing search for a missing masterpiece, a mission that so far has taken him to a Sicilian town that's "wall-to-wall gangsters."