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It's pretty difficult, because she is involved too,
Yes. I went to a superb dinner at the Picasso
Exhibition that was given by Estee Lauder to 150 people.
We were allowed to wander through the empty exhibit at
will, when most of the time there is a terrible crowd.
The Picasso Exhibition is no doubt the exhibition of
the last ten years. More people talked about it than
anything since the Van Gogh Exhibition.
Yes. Were you as enthralled as the critics seem
to have been?
No, because I had known Picasso's work since
I was in college, and everybody else seems to have
recently discovered him. (laughs). And there are many,
many pictures that are very, very bad that he kept for
himself, but I think he kept them for himself because
there was not great demand for them -- they were very
chaotic and disturbing pictures.
But there were some very good ones, and the good
ones outbalanced the poor ones, so it caused great
excitement. I've never seen anything promoted the was
it was promoted by the Museum of Modern Art.
It had tremendout promotion. It seemed to me that the
gist of the whole thing was that it was such a large
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