New York Magazine interviews people waiting to see the Picasso show at Gagosian’s Chelsea gallery under the guise of being interested in what they’re wearing:
Ellen Nathan Singer, Artist
Have you ever waited in a line this long for a gallery show?
I’ve never waited in line for a gallery at all!
Is it worth it? Oh, for heaven’s sake, twenty minutes? For Picasso, not a big deal.
Jean-François Fraysse, Restaurant Owner
Do you have strong feelings about Picasso?
I think at one time Picasso said, “It took me a few years to be a painter, and it takes me my whole life to paint like a child,” and I think he realized that in the end.
Waiting for Pablo (New York Magazine)