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It is sometimes surprising how easy it is to wake up Saturday morning in New York City and have no idea what to do with yourself. It’s not a question of too little going on, but of too much – New York is a constant sensory overload, and sometimes your mind and body just reject the infinity of things to do.

How about you keep it simple? Go catch Dan Flavin’s absolutely amazing drawings at the Morgan Library, before the show closes on July 1. Flavin has always been known for his almost magical facility with neon, but like his compatriots Donald Judd and Richard Serra, his works on paper are also thrilling. The simple lines of color, firmly anchored by substantial negative space, the dashed-off character studies, and the AbEx-indebted abstractions all demonstrate his “holy compulsion” for drawing.

Then go see this: