The maker of the famous fur teacup is an artist like no other, and she gets the ravishing show she deserves, at MoMa.
The thrill of Katz ends around 1980, so there’s lots of been there, done that.
A visit with the original Bloody Mary and world-bestriding Elizabeth I — too bad dumbed-down labels mar the project.
It was a joy to discover great young artists and see time-tested work, but there was too much junk.
The first in-person show since Covid draws a big crowd in New York, for good reason.
Mystic Seaport mounts a gorgeous show on how Sargent and Whistler translated the fabled city’s aesthetic into American classics.