“Being married to the art world—literally!—has its perks. At the vernissage for the Armory Show, I noticed there is a fearless, artful exuberance to the way fairgoers dress. It could easily distract one from the fair itself. For me, the highlights were Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser, Kehinde Wiley at Roberts and Tilton, and the bevy of Alice Neels at DC Moore—a perennial favorite of mine.” —Cynthia Rowley, designer
Pictured: Alice Neel, Moonlight, Coney Island, 1933. Courtesy of DC Moore Gallery, New York.