There’s a lot of news in this one item from Robin Pogrebin’s Inside Art column:
[Sandy] Rower, one of Calder’s grandsons, and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, 56, one of Picasso’s grandsons and a co-founder of the Museo Picasso Málaga […] are curating a show in October that will inaugurate the Almine Rech Gallery’s first exhibition space in the United States.
Mr. Ruiz-Picasso is married to Ms. Rech, the gallery’s founder. The New York space — Ms. Rech also has locations in Paris, Brussels and London — will be led by her eldest son, Paul de Froment.
The show will feature more than 50 works from the grandsons’ collections, many of which have seldom or never been on view. “It’s not a comprehensive exhibition of these two great artists,” Mr. Rower said. “It’s a personal reflection.”
A Sotheby’s Specialist Defects to Christie’s (Inside Art/The New York Times)