January 13, 2014 -- James Surowiecki looks at the similarities between con artistry and entrepreneurship in America.
Guggenheim Museum: Peter Schjeldahl on a Christopher Wool retrospective that “confirms, besides the downbeat air, the force and the intelligence of a career that, according to legend, caught fire in 1987, after Wool saw the words 'sex' and 'luv' spray-painted in black on a white delivery truck.” nyr.kr/1aOky2c (Courtesy Christopher Wool.)
A look at Gerald Slota's art and how he creates his pieces.
Last week, New York-based Japanese photographer Q. Sakamaki hosted our Instagram feed. Photographing during a visit to Japan, Sakamaki provided a pocket-size window into life all over the country.