One paragraph reviews on art, movies, books, and pop culture by a know-nothing who knows it all

Monday, July 16, 2007

No Doubt About It

Irritated and bored. That was my experience every time I read a chapter from "Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him." Written by real-life art collector and super-rich Danielle Ganek (her hubby is a hedge fund manager), I read this horribly titled book about the behind-the-scenes world of Chelsea art galleries. Ganek goes slumming with this first-person narrative, told by a gallery's receptionist. Insider dirt? Eye-opening? Smarmy? No, no, and no. Like reality TV, this book lowers your IQ with every page you turn. Describing it as "chick lit" would be a high compliment. Overall, a total waste of time. (Image via