Mr. Freud, a grandson of Sigmund Freud, was called “the greatest living realist painter” by one art critic in the late 1980s.
By LARRY ROHTER
Marcelo D2 will kick off Brasil Summerfest in New York, which focuses on some underappreciated genres and less familiar names from Brazil.
By HOLLAND COTTER
The New Museum takes a welcome turn to the substantive with an exhibition of art from and about Russia and the former Soviet bloc.
By BROOKS BARNES
The “Twilight” phenomenon showed no signs of abating at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where a studio presentation drew hundreds of ravenous fans.
By GINIA BELLAFANTE
Two new reality shows on CMT continue a trend among shows set in the South: urbanity is scarce, and a certain brand of womanhood is promoted.
By ROBERTA SMITH
“At the Edge of the World,” at the Whitney, is an effective if incomplete reintroduction to the work of Lyonel Feininger, an American-born artist who was a major figure of the Bauhaus.
By RANDY KENNEDY
At a gallery in East Hampton, artists try their hand at nose-cone decorating.
Michael Kimmelman on culture and society in Europe and beyond.