If you follow the clues deliberately spelled out in a Sept 24th article in the New York Times, you can find the exact address of South Bronx storage lot that mysteriously houses a Richard Serra sculpture.
The Whitney is offering a new a la Carte Membership that they are selling as Curate Your Own Membership. But is it any different than tiered memberships where customers pay more to get more benefits?
Core Memberships are $85 individual or $125 Dual with one add on “Series” free, and others available at $45/each. With Social, Insider, Learning, Family, and Philanthropy add-ons, you can pay for one, two, or three of them.
Sounds like a three tiered membership to me – even if it is wearing black Prada: you can have customized memberships at a cost ranging from $85 to $265 for individual ($125 to $305 for dual) depending on how many add-ons you like.
Nowadays, you’re supposed to like Rob Pruitt very much. After all, he made up long ago for being a bit too ironic for his time and then, having learned to stay on the WHITE side of the fence, he gave the art world Cocaine Buffet, which, though politically correct, was pretty brave, kind of witty, and awfully cool. Continue reading “REVIEW: Rob Pruitt: Pattern and Degradation- Gavin Brown’s Enterprise & Maccarone Gallery 9/11-10/23”