On May 1st, anti-capitalism activists marched to Union Square and beyond for the annual May Day Protests. There was less of a crowd than last year, but the scene was still robust–and it resulted in a few arrests.
He came to New York and got Charles Saatchi to sell some paintings. He wooed Leo Castelli and is getting awfully friendly with his artists. He has a "past," a future, and a slick wardrobe. He's Larry Gagosian, the man the art world loves to hate.