Arts Seen In The Big Town (Lonely, I’m Not Edition)

So the Missus and I trundled Uptown to do some Met/gallery-hopping, and here’s some of what we saw (sorry, no visuals or links – we’re iPadlicked):

THE MET ALMOST ALWAYS MEETS EXPECTATIONS

The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian Avant-Garde did not disappoint – a sweeping survey of a remarkable family’s remarkable art collection.

Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations, while hosting the most pretentious gathering of humans per square foot in the universe, still delivered a smart compare-and-contrast of two fashion giants.

GALLERY-A-GO-GO

Gagosian Gallery: Pablo Picasso and Francoise Gilot unplugged.

Jill Newhouse: Edouard Vuillard unplugged.

Luxembourg & Dayan: Domenico Gnoli unplugged.

LONELY, YOU WON’T BE

The Missus and I wound up Midtown at Second Stage Theatre for a performance of Lonely, I’m Not starring Topher Grace. We’ll turn this review over to the Missus: A totally charming, clever production that was just SO CUTE.

Rarely do we like – and care for – every character in a play, but this one we did.

Excellent ending to a swell day of arts.

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