The Delani/Sonnabend exhibit was my favorite.

For me, this exhibit especially characterizes the MJT experience, enabling one to access the average person's experience of a museum: an undefined feeling, upon being confronted with an array of apparently related, seemingly significant facts, that it all must mean something.

The MJT library has many books in common with the Deuce of Clubs Library. Need you more recommendation than that?

Wagner poses with de Rougemont's Love in the Western World (denoted by the arrow).

Here's a rodent pie.