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    Ok- we're going to have at least four of us coming up from DC the weekend of the 8th/9th of December. We'll be carpooling up and back. Figure on hitting the museum around 11am. After that, go grab some lunch, and if the energy levels are up, take in a gallery or two. Anyone in the NYC area who wants to join us, post here or PM me and we can coordinate and make an outing of it!

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    I'm going to start "reminding" my wife I have the 8th of December reserved as "Alan" time.

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    Just had a chance to see the show yesterday. The diversity of the images is remarkable, as is the quality of some of the work - by any standards. I really enjoyed it.

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    I know it's not photocentric but the Klimpt show up the block from the Met should be amazing. I know the building is spectacular and there IS a really big pinhole photo in the lobby.

    http://www.neuegalerie.org/main.html?langkey=english

    If I'm in town that weekend I'd love to join you.

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    I'm totally down with seeing some Klimt paintings. He's one of my favorites.

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    I guess you could say then you'd be verKlimt if you missed it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    I guess you could say then you'd be verKlimt if you missed it?
    Right.

    I'm going to do my best to make it. What a day. RE:The Klimt's: They're HUGE. Not that this makes them great-but no book could ever begin to convey the impact of a gold and jewel encrusted 25+ sq ft 3D work of art.

    BTW-Bring the student and senior Id's if you got 'em.Whereas the Met has a 'suggested' admission price, the other Museums are quite expensive and not flexible. Another reason I always loved The National Galleries.

    ALSO:THe 8th is the last day of the Czech Vision show at Howard Greenberg Gallery at 57th off of 5th. Looks amazing

    http://www.howardgreenberg.com/flash.html
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    Dang. Too young to be a senior and too old to be in school.
    So how much is the Klimt show? I saw a Botero show (Abu Garab paintings) last year at the Marlboro gallery and it was free. Guess I'm spoiled

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    I saw this exhibition yesterday, and found it fascinating. However, one out of the four galleries dedicated to this exhibition was closed with no mention of when it will open, which was a bummer. So, before you make the trip please ensure that all four galleries are open.

    I was also tempted to get the catalog (hardcover book) that accompanies this show, but the price kept me away, for the time being at least.

    Have fun at the exhibition.


    Best wishes,
    Sanjay

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    Sanjay- how much is the catalog, if I may ask? Do they have a less-expensive softcover edition?

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