All four of the big New York art museums have their go-to modernist movements and guys (it's always guys, but that's another story)—an ism or artist that brings in the crowds, pads the coffers, and keeps trustees happy. It's easy to discern which museums have which sugar daddies. Since the art-going public has never seen an impressionist it didn't like, the Met has impressionism. The Guggenheim's main man has traditionally been Kandinsky. MOMA, of course, has its Mantle and Mays, the twin peaks of modernism: Picasso and Matisse, the ravenous and the ravishing, the truculent and the succulent, Dr. Rupture... More >>>