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Roberta Smith
Co-chief art critic at The New York Times
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Jon Cooper 🌊 Sep 23
Retweet if you agree that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is showing far more courage than ANY of the cowardly cringelings who make up the Republican caucus in Congress.
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Roberta Smith Sep 22
That thing where you grab a (hi-protein) candy bar for lunch and upon arriving home realize you’ve been to four galleries with chocolate on your chin.
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✊🏿Black Aziz aNANsi✊🏿 Sep 21
So a group of white supremacists, including a felon who advocates shooting black women and children on sight, interrupted a Stacy Abrams event and went around threatening attendees. Retweet this if you think that this deserves more attention.
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Roberta Smith Sep 19
Not hardly. However years ago when he and I were first together, a friend described Jerry as “a Jewish Woody Allen” — in terms of self-deprecating humor.
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Roberta Smith Sep 17
One being: there is a lot of really good art being made by artists who are black.
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Roberta Smith Sep 17
That or cheap little knit hats from the MSK gift shop. I could never get very motivated.
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Roberta Smith Sep 17
⁩ in the cancer wig I never once wore during treatment. Now my own has grown back and this looks better on him. Guess it’s Roberta drag.
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Richard Prince Sep 16
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Roberta Smith Sep 16
Just a thought. Seen on a t-shirt sleeve at the opening of ‘Punch,’ ⁦⁩ Abney’s high-octane group show at Deitch. Not a ‘piece’ in sight.
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Roberta Smith Sep 16
Also at Zwirner ‘Endless Enigma’ the genius of Eileen Agar as seen in ‘The Wings of Augury,’ a 1936 assemblage 12.5 inches tall and very dimensional.
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Roberta Smith Sep 16
From the enigmatic Wallace Putnam, ‘Mask of the Traveler,’ 1936. A standout in Zwirner’s Endless Enigma’ show that was also in its inspiration—MoMA’s ‘Dada, Surrealism’ show of 1936. You can’t miss it: it’s six feet tall.
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Roberta Smith Sep 16
Some thoughts on the great sometimes confounding Delacroix, as seen at the Met.
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Roberta Smith Sep 13
You’d be amazed at how quickly a bunch of people can throw 1,000 eggs at a wall.
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Roberta Smith Sep 12
It only gets worse but it makes perfect sense.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 Sep 12
Oh, dear lord. , this is so far beneath you. For godsake.
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Adam Shotland Sep 8
This is so true. Why can’t the ⁦⁩ grasp this concept.
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Ian Millhiser Sep 10
I think shit like this annoys me so much because people like Sasse don't really have any moral disagreements with Trump. They want a society that is, if anything, crueler to the vulnerable than the one Trump wants. They just think Trump is rude and uncouth.
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Jess Dweck Sep 9
Imagine liking police brutality so much you ordered new clothes
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Maya Wiley Sep 9
For every woman called “emotional” for being angry abt a sexist incident, retweet. For every woman told you were not qualified to do a job you were qualified to do, retweet this. For every woman on a job abt something you knew more abt, retweet this.
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John Fugelsang Sep 7
I was sick & you voted to gut my healthcare; I was an immigrant & you rejected your own reform bill; I was poor & you cut taxes for rich ppl
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