When Is Art Ever Finished?

March 29, 2016

Last week we happened onto the opening day of the new modern and contemporary wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Met Breuer, which is housed in what used to be the Whitney Museum. The Met Breuer opens with a fantastic exhibition of unfinished art through the centuries. Some of these paintings, particularly in […]

American Art 101

July 28, 2015

Last weekend, we went to the Whitney Museum for the first time since it moved to its new, much nicer digs downtown. The opening exhibition “America is Hard To See” is a fantastic crash course on the history of American modern art. It’s exhaustive, a bit exhausting and a lot of fun.  These works are some […]

The Whitney is Coming Downtown!

April 24, 2015

Where it belongs. We are looking forward to exactly one week from now, May 1, when the museum opens its doors downtown, looking out to the Hudson River, abutting the despicably gentrified Meatpacking (where’s the beef?) district, and anchoring our beloved High Line.  In anticipation of the opening, here are some of our favorite gems from […]

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