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Few Are Chosen exhibition at the Met

As part of a lazy Sunday here in NYC, I ducked into the Met for a couple of hours and wandered around. I’ve seen the whole muesum at least twice, but I never get tired of it. The Gilbert Stuart exhibition is worth checking out (the room with several of his Washington portraits is fantastic), but NYC photography fans will want to check out Few Are Chosen, an exhibition of street photography. Featured are the photographs of Walker Evans (he took photos of NYC subway riders with a hidden camera), Helen Levitt’s photos of NYC street scenes, gritty photos of NYC by an artist whose name I forget, as well as a selection of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s work. The collection is fairly small but well worth checking out if you’re into that sort of thing.