Category: Museums

Dior and Mary Quant

I made it, took the overground, 9958 steps, and a visit to the members room. Yes, the overground, just one stop to Whitechapel then on to Sloane Square where I wanted to pop in and see what a Muji store was and if they had a colander for […]

Out and About London

Today marks a week since I left New York and I can safely say I am settling. The flat ( I am a Londoner now) is small but comfortable. I have spent the better part of the week struggling with my inner self about materialism, minimalism, needs, wants […]

MET MUSEUM

Went today with dad and Nancy. My goodness do they move slowly. Saw the old Dutch masters in the Lehman wing and got a few up close looks at Rembrandt’s fancy lace collars. I know I read something about them recently. That perhaps he painted the white first. […]

Dumplings, DKA, The Morgan and more

HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR DAY IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER: These were amazing pork and chive dumplings form a chinese place at 118 Eldridge. Small, dirty, limited menu… delicious! Nari Ward: we the people at the New Museum It’s hard to tell but these are dresses. There were also head […]

GLENSTONE and a Waffle House

It’s Easter Sunday and the Waffle House in Fredrick Maryland is packed. Oddly there was no huge sign visible from the highway but we had googled and knew where it was. Gotta love the Waffle House Some well done hash browns with onions and a sweet tea. A […]

A Most Amazing Day

Corrado Bakery has good bread and a nice chocolate mousse I met the Curator from the Lucio Fontana show at the Met Bruer I learned all about Pierre Bonnard I watched a wonderful documentary on HBO The Price Of Everything I recorded as I stood in the met […]