An Art Tour Of NYC: Museums And Mutations

It may look like a giant-sized What’s In Ned’s Head game, but Alisa Baremboym’s “Locus of Control” is meant to be gazed out of, not poked around in. photo by Bruce T. Paddock

My wife and daughter were out of town last month. My sister called to tell me that she and my brother-in-law were going away for the weekend and to invite me to stay in their New York City apartment. I haven’t been on my own in the city since I lived there and was single, so I jumped at the chance.

As it happened, the first person I mentioned my plans to was Leon Graham, Compass’s resident art critic. He immediately laid out a list of art-related places to go and things to see. So now my weekend had a theme.

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