Max Kozloff




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Max Kozloff on Judith Henry

Friday, July 24th, 2020

“When masquerades do their work, proposing alternate faces for the ones we know or might expect, their impersonations are not subtle. Rather, they actively reach out to signal that a charade is in order, and a role is being played. They can’t help but pull appraisal toward their own contrivance, as such. A viewer may…


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“Charade is in Order”: Judith Henry’s Beauty Masks

Friday, July 24th, 2020

Role play and identity in an artist’s book


Joseph Jefferson as Dr. Pangloss, 1890

 GASSED! Max Kozloff on John Singer Sargent’s Great War Masterpiece

Monday, November 11th, 2019

Photos of Sargent hands by Dennis Kardon


Irving Petlin, The Nile

Irving Petlin’s Facture

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

This essay has been published in conjunction with a survey of Petlin’s work at the National Arts Club, on view through January 4