Jerry Saltz sounds off on playing a part in Jay Z's video for 'Picasso Baby', shot at the Pace Gallery in Chelsea.
Art critic Jerry Saltz says he doesn't care if thieves are punished, he just wants stolen art works returned.
New York Magazine's Jerry Saltz gives a surprisingly positive review of George W. Bush's paintings of world leaders.
Kanye West premiered his new video for 'Bound 2' on Nov. 19, and viewers couldn't decide what was more shocking - Kim Kardashian jiggling naked atop a motorcycle or the overhanded cheesiness of the nature shots. New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz weighed in on Facebook, comparing the video to 'a teenage girl's bedroom idea of romance meets a Richard Prince cowboy picture.' What better imagery for the rapper than a mix between a Lisa Frank trapper keeper and a Prince photograph.
Art critic Jerry Saltz says paintings are worth more than you'd think.
Work of Art: The Next Great Artist is a creative competition series that seeks to discover new talent and shed light on the artistic process the typically occurs behind closed doors. Assembled in New York City under the watchful eye of art world elites, 14 up-and-coming artists are ready to make their mark on the industry and battle it out for a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum and a cash prize of $100,000. China Chow, host and judge, lends her artistic grace to the second season of Bravo's cutting-edge competition that brings fine art dialogue to the forefront of pop culture. Returning to the judging panel is Bill Powers, a New York Gallery owner and literary art contributor, as well as Jerry Saltz, senior art critic for New York Magazine. World-renowned art auctioneer Simon de Pury adds his voice of expertise as a mentor to the contestants. This season, the competition has grown fierce, with artists who have studied under Marilyn Mintner, graduated top of their class at Yale, and even had their work sold by Simon de Pury.
Bravo's latest stroke on the reality canvas brings Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker and her production company, Pretty Matches, together with the Emmy-nominated Magical Elves (Top Chef, Project Runway) and Eli Holzman, to produce Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, an hour long creative competition series among contemporary artists.
As Nicole tries to explain her work, Jerry Saltz urges her to fight for it.
Jerry Saltz wants war!
Ryan and Abdi must become carpenters real fast for this challenge.
Jaime Lynn has an amazing amount of technical ability yet it wasn't enough to keep her in the competition. Presented by Diet Coke
Ryan comes to the conclusion that Miles is a douchebag in this challenge.
Watch the joy and exuberance from the winning team.
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