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Nicholas Maclean, left, and Christopher Eykyn in their London gallery

Power of Tradition     Christopher Eykyn + Nicholas Maclean

Eykyn and Maclean, once the dynamic duo of the impressionist/modern department at Christie's, have gone from strength to strength with scholarly thematic exhibitions that could shame a museum--and loans of major works from European and American associates acting as a dog whistle to potential new clients. On view through December 13 in their New York Gallery, "Surrealism and the Rue Blomet" is an inventive look at the site of so much creative ferment in Paris in the 1920s, through paintings, sculpture, and films by Miró, Man Ray, and Masson.

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