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Gilt City has an extended membership sale for The New Museum in NYC: http://www.giltcity.com/newyork/newmuseum
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Their shows are unremarkable.
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Their shows are unremarkable.

Hell, Yes they are. good gift shop though.
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Anyone read the write up on Eli Broad in the latest New Yorker? It's not online, but I started reading it while the store was closing. Good stuff.

Was a good read, dude sounds like a fuckin pain. Liked his beef w/ gehry

Went to SFmoma last week.
The anniversary show was nice, the highlight for me is Barry Mcgees pimple installation


The photo exhibits they have running right now are amazing-Henri cartier bresson and "exposed"-voyeurism, surveillance, and the camera since 1870. Some raw street photography.
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Too many. A catholic list. Turner Blake Lowry Bacon Bernini Vemeer Rembrandt Degas Picasso Whistler Rothko Hopper Gericault Grunewald Burne-Jones Matisse Miro Kandinsky Klee Chagall Lots more...
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I'll play. Vermeer Van Eyck Caravaggio Rembrandt de Chirico Matisse Gauguin Twombly Nevelson Morandi Mitchell Ryman Noguchi Warhol Rauschenberg Richter
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Picked these up from my dealer yesterday, from the 2010 Cape Dorset (Canadian Inuit) print collection:



Evening Shadow by Kananginak Pootoogook, Stonecut & Stencil



Prowl by Kavavaow Mannomee, Etching & Aquatint



Wise Guys by Kananginak Pootoogook, Etching and Aquatint
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I'll play.


Twombly
Morandi
Mitchell
Ryman
Richter

Impressive. Heavyweight taste in painting.
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Here's my only art purchase so far, made by a friend of mine: Lots of fun details.
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someone brought a freaking calder to antiques roadshow


http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/archive/201003A30.html
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She thought it was worth $30,000?
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She thought it was worth $30,000?
she said it was appraised by the restorer. he probably didn't want to admit to applying Behr to her 500k piece of art.
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Here's my only art purchase so far, made by a friend of mine:



Lots of fun details.

Not bad at all. It has several early 20-century styles paraphrased in it (probably unintentionally).
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This - in conjunction with the OP's avatar is Symphonic.
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