Remembering Peter Schjeldahl: indispensable critic, poet, and lyrical observer of the embodied experience of art
His direct and personal style made him a well-respected chronicler of the US art scene for over 50 years
Peter Schjeldahl, the revered art critic for the New Yorker, has died, aged 80
Following stints at Art News and the Village Voice, and as a poet, Schjeldahl joined the New Yorker in 1998, becoming one of the most influential art critics of his generation
‘Not art history as usual’: book brings together revolutionary writings by the feminist art historian Linda Nochlin
The 30 essays on realism, Modernism and modernity include seven that have never before been published
Considering Greg Tate’s transformative impact on cultural criticism
The writer, musician and professor, who died earlier this month, wrote some of the most influential and creative art criticism of the past half-century
Tate Britain director defends museum against accusations of ‘cancelling Hogarth’
Critics round on exhibition’s alternative interpretations of Hogarth paintings, describing them as "wokeish drivel"
'Remove racist paintings' and 'give back stolen objects': The White Pube takes its manifesto to the streets
The Art Newspaper at 30: how has art criticism changed in the digital age?
Through blogs, websites and social media, there is more writing than ever on the arts. But whether it adds meaningful insight, or just noise, is a matter of debate
Los Angeles Times art critic Christopher Knight wins Pulitzer prize
Writer was recognised for his criticism of Lacma’s controversial expansion plan