Felix Landau

  • “If You Have Anything Lying Around . . .”

    TIMES CHANGE. Used to be, if a man wanted to keep his mistress busy during the daytime, he set her up in a little dress shop—or a little hat shop, perhaps. Now she opens a gallery. Used to be, if the favorite offspring announced he would become a painter, the whole family would gather in grave and desperate council. Now they scatter in all directions to find him a gallery to show his freshman work. Used to be, when organizations needed to raise money, they had lecture series, cake bakes, musical theatre parties, Monte Carlo Night, raffles. Now they have art exhibitions.

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