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Her eyes are intent beneath modishly cut white hair, which in her youth resembled Schweitzer's own undisciplined thatch.
STK's trendy Meatpacking District address means this isn't your father's steakhouse - the modishly smart decor and "unexpectedly fantastic" cuisine contribute to an atypical scene that primes diners for a night on the town.
The delicious abundance and liveliness of Boxer's works--in contrast with the ingrown flatness (and peculiarly flattened, not to say inhibited, affect) of the modishly restrained modernist canvas-- deprived them of their important place in the history of abstract painting.
He hadn't realized that his Chelsea, a place of garages, repair shops for upscale autos, taxi gaseterias, tire fixers, and huge warehouses, was morphing into an art arena where modishly dressed art dealers, doers, and buyers rubbed elbows with grungy mechanics groping the innards of cars and trucks.
After the modishly camp Fretwork show, the festival returned almost to conventionality with Trio Medieval, though they are still an act apart.