Lucas Zwirner
Yalies featured in MoMA photo exhibit

NEW YORK — At a time when photographs are as common as the cell phones that can take them, some young photographers are choosing to […]

In exhibition, Mosse ART ’08 goes beyond war photography

NEW YORK — How can an artist take war-related photographs that aren’t defined by tragic emotion? Richard Mosse ART ’08, for one, focuses on landscape, […]

Two sculptures, one vision

NEW YORK — “Richard Serra: The Man of Steel” is the title of a 2008 BBC interview with Richard Serra ART ’64, and the description […]

Commercial architecture shines

“Naked children have never played in our fountains,” Robert Venturi wrote in his 1972 book “Learning from Las Vegas,” explaining the difference between American and […]

Surrealist show misses mark

“It’s like a Thomas Pynchon novel,” Volunté Morceaux said of his new show, “Forces de Nature,” currently up at the Hull’s Gallery on Whitney Avenue. […]

ART REVIEW | Tufte’s show fails to challenge

After walking twice around political science professor Edward Tufte’s GRD ’68 show at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield Conn., I could not help […]

ART REVIEW | The object is space

Richard Serra ’62 ART ’64 received an honorary doctorate of fine arts from Yale this spring. While his installation in the sculpture garden at the […]