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Francis Bacon Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Centenary Retrospective

I In some ways this is a risky exhibition for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, especially as its big summer show, a slot usually reserved for obvious crowd-pleasers, usually involving Impressionism. Because although Artist Francis Bacon is certainly one of the 20th-century's most important artists–not to mention the fact that his work commands extraordinary prices… Continue Reading Francis Bacon Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Centenary Retrospective
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New York City sports memorabilia and lots and lots of ice cream: the perfect Birthday Party idea? The coming of summer means many excellent things, of course: more daylight, warm weather (ok, HOT weather), no homework to stress over… and, so, a perfect confluence of conditions for turning any random Tuesday-night dessert into a fun… Continue Reading New in Upper East Side Ice Cream: Last Licks
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For years the Upper West Side was something of a culinary wasteland, much to the dismay of the families and young singles who were flocking to the ever-growing number of luxury buildings in the area. That’s all changed, thanks to recent openings of the likes of Salumeria Rosi, a handsome, happening place specializing in Italian… Continue Reading Salumeria Rosi
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Reason #316 to love New York? Our gallery shows can be the envy of other city’s big museum exhibitions. Witness the massive, stunning Picasso: Mosqueteros, currently drawing critical raves and big crowds to the elegant Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea. Featuring nearly 100 works–including 50 paintings–created from around 1962 to 1972, this spectacular show puts to… Continue Reading Pablo Picasso: Mosqueteros at Gagosian Gallery
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