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Articles by Andrew Solomon: Appeared in

Feb 1991

This Blinkered Isle

On the xenophobia of the British art establishment.

Dec 1990

Dancers Unite

The Kremlin Palace is not a company set on overwhelming us with flashy work; its directors are setting out painstakingly from scratch.

Apr 1990

Empty Rooms

The triumph of northern art is its ability to move us not despite but rather by dint of restraint and exactness.

Nov 1989

The Grand Old Avant-Garde

The idea is that the work is interesting not only because these three artists have collaborated on individual projects, but also because each influenced the mindset of the ...

Oct 1989

The Prodigies Return

The status of the artist in Soviet society at present is both exalted and ridiculous.