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Two Lady Artists with Bees in Their Bonnets

28 February 2007

Oh, how we miss Spy Magazine...













Separated at birth?

On the left, a bodacious mannequin we found a while back at a cheap store on Canal Street. On the right, Maxwell Anderson, formerly the very controversial Director of the Whitney Museum, now at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and his wife, actress Jacqueline Anderson.

We felt briefly bad about pointing out this similarity after reading a sympathetic biographical article about the Andersons (married 11 plus years, since Jacqueline was about 20 years old and he was about 40), and their two children. But then we looked at some more pictures, and decided we didn't feel that bad....

Update:
We realize we were terribly remiss in not crediting the photo of the arty couple. We came upon it on Artforum's Diary coverage of the Armory Show last week.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thems are some mighty bodacious boobies! They're even more gravity-defying in the transom pic you link to.

Hotcha!

5:27 PM  
Blogger That Broad said...

We are DEFINATELY going to need another therapy session after this one.

8:54 AM  
Anonymous cnonymous said...

I wonder if boobies are Max's sole criteria for ranking women. It would explain why he fired/demoted so many women while he was the head of the Whitney.

1:37 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

How could I have missed them, er, her at the Armory?

11:32 AM  
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