In a perfect world, I’d have lots of money, a non-stop supply of peanut M/M’s and a house with an Alexander Calder sculpture in every room.  Long shots all, but the third is close enough to touch, at least until the 23rd of December: mfa creative writing university of texas austin comprar viagra enfemenino en chile glock Viagra Anderson a term paper on leadership click why is viagra not covered by insurance go zoloft for teens go writing a speech story absurdist theatre essay arnaque viagra en ligne essays on development follow site see url ilc homework help math over prescribing lexapro persuasive essay health care reform cialis melhor que viagra go site hunter s thompson essays Calder 1941 focuses on a pivotal year in the life of an artist whose way with eye-popping shapes that dangle in the air, or rise from the ground, redefined not only abstraction but notions of space.  The Pace Gallery presents fifteen of his mobiles, and a few more of his prints; do yourselves a favor and spent a few moments with these wondrous works.  These delights are free–and they’ll change your point of view.

Calder 1941, October 21-December 23 on view at The Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street.