Roberta Smith is the co-chief art critic of The New York Times. She lives in New York with her husband, Jerry Saltz, senior art critic for New York Magazine. Since joining the Times 1991, she has written on Western and non-Western art from prehistoric to contemporary eras.
[Culture24] - Artist, activist, raconteur, radio DJ, musician, Tate Trustee: the talents and interests of Bob & Roberta Smith are many, although his most recognisable creations are his signs and slogans. The double-monikered sign writer, prankster and polymath
[Culture24] - Bob & Roberta Smith, sign-painter and installation artist who uses text on recycled signs and floorboards. Susan Stockwell, creator of installations, drawings and films commenting on globalisation and colonisation, often using recycled materials.