There's an old-school (18th/19th century) art exhibit up at the New York Public Library that I thought wouldn't be my bag; I'm more of a 20th century girl. Dada, Russian constructivism, minimalism, dorky '80s video art, Le Corbusier-designed buildings, Italian Futurist cooking, the Air & Space Museum--that's more my speed. Oil paintings, engravings, daguerrotypes and the like? Not really. But this exhibit on British women in the pre-Victorian era rocks. Really! It's been a while since I've visited an exhibit with so much obvious care lavished upon it. Here's my review in the Voice.