No. I'm not mad. We were just playing. Yeah. It was a joke. It was a joke. The recorder will stay on this art week. What? No. Just one week. Oh, is it time already for another laundry? Oh, we can take it over. It's no big deal. Remember the time we buried the dog in the laundry? Wasn't that cute? This might be the last wash for the winter. Sorry. Cause we're the same people. We, cause, we're the same person. I'm the secretary. I'm the secretary. Of course I did. That's why I said it but I can't say everything that I know we're thinking cause we'll repeat everything. Oh, that would be a relief. Yeah, if you were if you were taping you'd have 5 times as many tapes as me. I have very few tapes from this week. No, it's much better that it was. It's way better. Yeah. I don't mind, you know, it's just an industrial noise right now it's just it used to sort of scream and whine and, you know, no, it's a lot better. Shirts. Cheryl, what what is this thing and why is it always blocking my closet for all week long? Can you put them in front of your closet? I mean, I don't really care that they're out I just I can't get to my stuff. Put ‘em over there. I think they do a nice job at the at our dry cleaner. Look at how nice this shirt is. They do a good job, don't they? Did you ever get paid from Yale? Did you ever get paid from what's her name, Ardele? What? They can't pay you? This is a different strike? This is a different strike than Kathy's thing? Oy vey. This boy is wired. Look at me, you can never even tell it's a mic. This boy is wired. Oh, you should tell Steven, by the way, also that the FMU I gotta get him one of the playlists and he was on the top the playlist officially came out and he was like one of the very top playlist. I gotta give him an official thing, yeah. He did really well at FMU. It's unbelievable. It's yeah. Well, do you like the CD? I gotta really listen to it. Yeah, I mean, people at the station just went apeshit for it. Sure sure, is another one there? I haven't seen it. You think I can almost think about throwing these out? No, they're just shot. Really. You don't know where that bag went? All right. We'll just use a regular bag. We'll just go buy another. I'm gonna drop you downstairs and you're gonna be living there for a whole week. Oh, look at the sweet one. Do you have a shoehorn? A what? What's a shoehorn? What? What's a shoehorn? Huh? So I like my mother's stories about Max throwing tantrums. That was funny. Hey, maybe we can go, oh, you know what we should do when we're out on the Island today? After the festivities are winding down? Take my parent's car and try to find some yard sales. I mean it's a beautiful like the first nice spring weekend there's gonna be a million yard tag sales going on in Port Washington. What do you say? What do you say? Yeah. We have to make a 10:20 train, yeah. Aren't they nice? I think they're very hip, don't you? They're sort of square? And the real thing about them is they're already they feel already like bedroom slippers. You know, these are gonna become, you know, everyday shoes. My mother has Band Aids, they're not a rare commodity. Good. He was a funny old man. I liked him. He was a funny old guy.
E28 THE NEW YORK TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2000
THROUGH SEPTEMBER 26
How Simple Can You Get?
Ideal Motif. Stieglitz, Weston,
Adams, and Callahan
Modern Living 2
New York Salon
The Observer: Cartier-Bresson
after the War
The Rhetoric of Persuasion
...piercing beauty, lots of sexy ugliness and
a wealth of challenging ideas. -The New York Times
Sample the range of painting that appeared in mid-century Paris-works that highlight the competing definitions of modernity during this turbulent era. This exhibition includes paintings by Henri Matisse, Fernand Leger, Raoul Dufy, and many more.
The Rhetoric of Persuasion
The turbulent 1930s inspired many outstanding artists-including Jacob Lawrence, Dorothea Lange, and Diego Rivera-to lend their talents to social causes.
Modern Living 2
The sequel to Modern Living 1. See how Eero Saarincn, Alvar Aalto, and Charles and Ray Eames adapted their architecture and design concepts to technological advances after World War II.
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street, NY (212) 708-9400 www.moma.org Closed Wed.
Clockwise from top right: Three Women (Le Grand déjeuner). 1921, Oil on canvas. Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund © 2000 Estate of Ferdand Léger/ARS, N.Y. Charles Eames, Chaise Lounge 1948. Prototype for a stressed-skin shell: hard rubber foam, plastic, wood and metal. Gift of the designer. All works from the collection of The Museum of Modern Art. Dorothea Lange. Woman of the High Plains. Texas Panhandle. 1938, Gelatin silver print. Purchase
Made possible by The Starr Foundation, Generous support is provided by Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro in memory of Louise Reinhardt Smith. Additionial support provided by the Contemporary Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern Art, National Endowment for the Arts., Jerry I. Speyer and Kathleen G. Farley and The Contemporary Arts Council and The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art Education programs accompanying MoMA 2000 are made possible by Paribas. Interactive environment supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.
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