The Mary Boone gallery welcomed that certain mélange of patrons Saturday evening, the kind possible only in New York. The torn-legging twenty-somethings wandered in alongside debonair art collectors, followed by stroller-pushing mothers and the general eccentrics emerging from the Chelsea woodwork. Read More
On the fifth floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art yesterday, in front of a giant Mark Rothko painting, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and six grizzled veterans in USS Intrepid jackets, stood around talking about how young military men were being forced to serve too many tours of duty.
The group–along with several suited veterans Read More