Jerry Saltz has a new feature at New York Magazine’s recently launched Vulture.com site, its national culture site. Here the critic answers questions from readers in his unique voice. This question (“Should an art critic post a disclaimer if they write about an artist whose work they own?”) seems a little too perfect — and perfectly timed — but it does come from a traceable source:
Still, something caught my attention in the current issue of Frieze. Robert Storr gives a rave review to Sarah Lewis’s “Site Santa Fe” show in the September–October issue of the magazine. […] Storr neglects to mention, however, that Ms. Lewis was his student at Harvard. Ms. Lewis worked with him at the Museum of Modern Art. Ms. Lewis is now employed with him at Yale University, where she is a PhD student, and listed as a “critic of painting and printmaking” in the School of Art, where Storr is dean and also a professor of painting and printmaking.
Ask an Art Critic (Vulture.com)