Vivianne V. • September 11, 2012A collection of works at the Egyptian is odd.The diversity of themes, styles, periods is fantastic. One of the museums and space whose works are always very clean. Impeccable.
The New Yorker • February 15, 2011After opening in 1950, the gallery amounted to a salon for the New York School of poets, publishing the first or second books of John Ashbery, Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler and Barbara Guest.
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