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3 Exhibits To See

I love going to museums.  There are so many of them in New York, some large and well known, others smaller like hidden gems.  But as you know, it’s easy to take things for granted when they’re in your backyard.   244 more words

Around New York

An Infinitude of Joy

Ask me for a list of the most joyful and memorable moments of my life, and what you will note, if you are good at patterns, is that they tended to have occurred  661 more words

Travel Series

Julian Niccolini Has a Dubious Plan for the Picasso Replacement at The Four Seasons

The Pool Room at The Four Seasons Restaurant is one of the classic spaces in the city, the minimalist Philip Johnson design striking an exacting backdrop for the power lunches and celeb-heavy dinners that dot the landscape of tables. 371 more words

Get Your Gagosian Quarterly Today, the Art Magazine You Didn't Know You Wanted

Did you know that Gagosian Quarterly exists? That’s right, the mega-gallery has its own quarterly art publication. You can buy it from the gallery’s online shop, and it only costs $60 for a 1-year subscription. 148 more words

Review of Little Egypt by Lesley Glaister, Salt Publishing 2014

Little Egypt is a house belonging to two fanatical amateur Egyptologists in 1920s England. The husband and wife owners abandon their two children to search for a tomb on the West Bank of the Nile. 395 more words

Photo diary/Culture Vulture: Jeff Koons at the Whitney Museum

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Parental Advisory: there is at least one photo below that is NOT appropriate for viewers under 18. NSFW. Be forewarned! Scrolling further down this feed means that you agree that you are over 18 and agreeable to viewing explicit sexual images. 407 more words

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