Tag Archives: MOMA

Donald Trump Is Our First Cubist Presidential Candidate (Because He’s on Every Side of Every Issue)

Seriously, could Donald Trump be any more scattered in his policy positions? Handy clip ‘n’ save graphic, compliments of Garry Trudeau’s Doonesbury.     Now come the latest examples of Trump’s Fractured Fairy Tales. Exhibit A (via Mediaite), after Trump … Continue reading

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The Arts Seen in NYC (Long Day’s Journey Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to The Big Town last weekend and, say, it was swell. Except for the drive to get there, of course. We hit four – count ’em, four – major traffic jams on the … Continue reading

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The Arts Seen in NYC (Fabulous Picasso Sculpture Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Big Town the other week and say, it was swell. Our artinery: Friday We started out at the Museum of Arts and Design and – yes – we were MAD about the … Continue reading

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The Arts Seen in NYC (The Divine Patti LuPone Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Big Town last weekend to catch one thing and another and say, it was swell. First, of course, there was crosstown traffic, which takes roughly 30 minutes to navigate. Official Campaign … Continue reading

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The Arts Seen in NYC (Central Park Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Big Town over the weekend and say, it was swell . . . weather. It’s not so much that what we caught at the museums was bad. But what we caught outside … Continue reading

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The Art Seen In New York (Magritte/Balthus Edition)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to The Big Town last weekend and say, it was swell. (After, that is, we crawled our way through the Mother-in-Law of All Traffic Jams: From the New York City line to the … Continue reading

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The Art Seen In NYC

Well the Missus and I trundled down to The Big Town last weekend and here’s some of what we caught. Munch/Warhol and the Multiple Image We saw this exhibit at Scandinavia House the day before it closed. Via Norway.org: Organized … Continue reading

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While We Were Out (The Art Seen In New York)

Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Big Town last week and here’s some of what we saw. For starters, a couple of galleries in Chelsea. (Sign o’ the Times: A billboard for a storage facility that said, … Continue reading

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WSJ Sends Off Ada Louise Huxtable In Style

The great Ada Louise Huxtable, who pretty much invented architecture criticism in her writing for the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, has died at the age of 91. Wednesday’s Journal features an impressive tribute to Huxtable: Her Critical Judgments Were … Continue reading

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Arts Seen In The Big Town (Rapture, Blister, Burn Edition)

The Missus and I trundled uptown again and here’s some of what we saw: THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART’S 4th AND 5th FLOORS MIGHT FLOOR YOU MOMA hit Shuffle on its Permanent Collection, and the results are eye-opening. DID YOU … Continue reading

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