For the record: Charles Saatchi is not Rudolph Giuliani's campaign manager. The advertising mogul, who got Margaret Thatcher elected prime minister, seemed to be giving Giuliani's Senatorial bid a similar boost with a well-timed controversy by loaning his collection to the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Giuliani grabbed headlines and the museum garnered publicity, leading some political observers to declare the situation a "win-win" proposition. However, in the dispirited atmosphere of New York City in 1999, it is clear that many have already lost. Whatever the outcome of the "Sensation" battle in the courts, the cultural community— already weakened by fear, intimidation, and financial setbacks of the last six years under the Giuliani administration— is deeply divided and beholden to a conflicting set of political and... More >>>