Interesting e-mail from a friend of the show:
"Your show reminds me of Kandinsky's Composition 8. There are different shapes and colors, but somehow everything makes sense and brings about a sense of equilibrium."
I see what he's saying, but I've always felt like putting the show together everyday is a little bit more like making a Jackson Pollock painting. We like to work in as much modern art as possible – not that I’m recommending Sotheby’s – but this is the first time I've heard someone other than Jim analogize the show to a particular piece. Any other ideas from the art history crowd?
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