I have a meeting with Julie Saul this morning. At her home. In fact, I was supposed to meet with her a week earlier in her gallery but she had forgotten to bring her favorite picture. So she invited me to see it in its natural surroundings. Brilliant idea. At a typically New York red brick building, a doorman with a blue jacket and cap takes me to her door and waits in the elevator for me to ring the doorbell.
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