Blake Gopnik

It's a safe bet that no image in history has been viewed as many times, as intently, as the basic Facebook page. The company claims that its 500 million users spend more than 10 billion hours every month looking at that blue-and-gray Web site. In her five centuries of existence, Mona Lisa has not...
Shadows of doubt in Volkova's 'Proofs' (By Blake Gopnik, November 12, 2010)
'Last Decade' reflects how much Warhol turned sellout into high art (By Blake Gopnik, November 11, 2010)
ART REVIEW: 'Free Space': The people's cartography (By Blake Gopnik, November 11, 2010)
Guyton\Walker tap into Warholian flux (By Blake Gopnik, November 11, 2010)
FotoWeek DC: Buenos Aires's hidden corners, bared (By Blake Gopnik, November 10, 2010)
ART REVIEW: Spark of humanity in FotoWeek fizzle (By Blake Gopnik, November 9, 2010)
Worlds within worlds within a photograph (By Blake Gopnik, November 8, 2010)
ART REVIEW: 'Hide/Seek' finds a frame for showing sexual identity (By Blake Gopnik, November 5, 2010)
America, the drivable: Glimpses of the country through the windshield of Lee Friedlander (Post, October 31, 2010)
'The Last Newspaper': New Museum show reflects on the old magic of print (By Blake Gopnik, October 21, 2010)
Dumbacher twins 'Cut' down to a new minimal (By Blake Gopnik, October 19, 2010)
Photographers in 'Truth Beauty' exposed form to new perceptions (By Blake Gopnik, October 12, 2010)
'Vantage Point' show carries symbolic power: Native artists work in the abstract in Indian Museum exhibit (Post, October 10, 2010)
'Cremaster': Meaningful art or just artful hype?: Matthew Barney's idiosyncratic five-film work comes to E Street (Post, October 7, 2010)
At Hirshhorn, gallery space below the sculpture garden? (By Blake Gopnik, October 6, 2010)
Picasso show will make a stop in Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (By Blake Gopnik, October 3, 2010)
How space would look if you were there (By Blake Gopnik, October 3, 2010)
Museums: Cathedrals of contemplation (By Blake Gopnik, October 3, 2010)
ART REVIEW: 'Rise and Fall' tests bounds of cultural memory, identity (By Blake Gopnik, September 30, 2010)
A world turned upside down: Arcimboldo did it. (You can, too. Flip this page.) (Post, September 17, 2010)
With autumn, a rush of arresting lesser-knowns (By Blake Gopnik, September 12, 2010)
Exhibit review: Spencer Finch's 'My Business, With the Cloud' at the Corcoran (By Blake Gopnik, September 9, 2010)
Just press play: Versatile, compelling and easily displayed, projected video has become the art form of our time. Watch and learn. (Post, September 5, 2010)
ART REVIEW: Trawick Prize winners: Beauty in the ordinary (By Blake Gopnik, September 2, 2010)
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