That included Mr. Roubini, who a year ago began exercising vigorously and learned to cook. “Shaksuka,” he said, referring to the spicy tomato-and-egg stew, “with salmon.” It was a wonder, he added, what not living out of a suitcase or eating out will do to a man’s waistline: “I lost 35 pounds!”
Anthony Haden-Guest, the nightlife fixture, accomplished a different feat: learning to fetch his own coffee at his local 7-Eleven, although he said this took some help from a “valiant guy from the M.T.A.”
And Destinee Ross-Sutton, a 25-year-old gallerist who specializes in Black contemporary art and opened her gallery, Ross-Sutton on Wooster Street in December, happily discussed the results from her inaugural show, “Black Voices: Friend of My Mind.”
“Sold out,” Ms. Ross said. “Gone, gone.”
The art world is seemingly on fire.
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/08/style/the-art-party-circuit-comes-roaring-back-at-frieze-new-york.html