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  1. Jed Perl (born 1951) is an American art critic and author in New York City. He was a longtime staff of The New Republic. [1] Career Jed Perl initially trained as a painter. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College and also studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. [2]

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  3. Jed Perl - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jed_Perl

    Jed Perl (born 1951) is an American art critic and author in New York City. He was a longtime staff of The New Republic. [1] Career Jed Perl initially trained as a painter. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College and also studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. [2]

  4. Jed Perl | The New School for Social Research

    www.newschool.edu/nssr/faculty/jed-perl

    Profile. Jed Perl, the art critic for The New Republic, has been called by poet John Ashbery “an almost solitary, essential voice.”. And a reviewer in the Atlantic, writing about Magicians and Charlatans --Perl’s new collection of essays, most of which first appeared in The New Republic --observed that he “may be the finest American ...

  5. Jed Perl, the art critic for The New Republic, has been called by poet John Ashbery “an almost solitary, essential voice.” And a reviewer in the Atlantic, writing about Magicians and Charlatans --Perl’s new collection of essays, most of which first appeared in The New Republic --observed that he “may be the finest American critic at ...

  6. Does Art Have to Be Relevant? One Prominent Critic Says No.

    www.nytimes.com/2022/01/12/books/review/...

    Jan. 12, 2022 AUTHORITY AND FREEDOM A Defense of the Arts By Jed Perl Something is troubling Jed Perl, but he won’t say exactly what. His new book, “Authority and Freedom,” begins and ends with...

  7. Between Abstraction and Representation | Jed Perl | The New ...

    www.nybooks.com/articles/2022/11/24/between...

    Julie Mehretu: Mogamma (A Painting in Four Parts): Part 1, 2012. Jed Perl. Jed Perl’s latest book is Authority and Freedom: A Defense of the Arts. (November 2023)

  8. Jed Perl | The New York Review of Books

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    Jed Perl. Jed Perl’s latest book is Authority and Freedom: A Defense of the Arts. (November 2023)

  9. Jed Perl: how the lives of visual artists were “woven ...

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    We recently interviewed Jed Perl, who edited the anthology. Perl is the art critic for The New Republic and the author of New Art City: Manhattan at Mid-Century, Magicians and Charlatans: Essays on Art and Culture, and other books. LOA: What’s the aim of this collection—what sorts of pleasures and insights do you hope readers will find?

  10. Jed Perl has been the art critic at The New Republic since 1994. Among his books are Eyewitness: Reports from an Art World in Crisis, Antoine’s Alphabet: Watteau and His World, and New Art City: Manhattan at Mid-Century, which was a 2005 New York Times Notable Book and a 2005 Atlantic Monthly Best Book of the Year. He is currently working on ...

  11. Review: ‘Calder: The Conquest of Space,’ by Jed Perl - The ...

    www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/05/...

    That is the argument Jed Perl makes in his exhaustive two-volume biography, Calder, which now concludes with The Conquest of Space: The Later Years: 1940–1976. ( The Conquest of Time: The Early...

  12. Jed Perl - The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU

    balletcenter.nyu.edu/fellows/jed-perl

    About Jed Perl. New York, NY. Jed Perl’s (CBA ’16) many books include Magicians and Charlatans, Antoine’s Alphabet, Paris Without End, and New Art City, which was a New York Times Notable Book and an Atlantic Monthly Best Book of the Year in 2005. Perl was the art critic for the New Republic for twenty years, and has written for The New ...