Art Monthly came out promptly this September, with a trenchantly reminiscent article as lead item, Soho in the l970s: New York now and then. Jeffrey Kastners Letter from New York asked, Was the big story truly about real estate cycles between Greenwich Village and Chelsea? Kastner could forgive us for surmising it was. In focus he said, this month, was Zwiners exhibition New-York c.1975, when the city was a mess but the art world was flourishing, when Lower Manhattan was Ground Zero for developing practices that would come to dominate American artistic discourse in the last decades of the 20th century. So, Kastner authentically reminded us all. Despite Ground Zero post 11th instant. Such days will surely come again.