People (knowing I love art shows) are forever asking "Have you seen the Dali, the Hopper, the Titian, ah, you name it?" and at my age I feel like asking you mean the one at the Moma in 1953 or Albright-Knox in 1961 or Mellon (that's what we old guys call it) in 1990? No, the one at the Grand Palais/Pompidou/whatever now.
So to see a private collection of a guy, one Aldo Crommelynck, who actually knew Picasso etc. and painted with him/them and collected stuff never seen, is a treat. This has Picasso's, Hockney's and Jim Dine's early stuff of which I was brought back to earth with.
3 Wows! Only regret - M. Crommelynck abandoned making and collecting art in the 1990s to devote himself to "tree-cultivation." Oy veh. Only problem - sale is 25 February. Run.