From The Quietus:
John Zorn, wearing an alto sax around his neck, is staring at Jackson Pollock’s Autumn Rhythm (No. 30) as if unaware that we’re all staring at him. Sixty or so people – some cross-legged on the floor, some standing, all reverentially quiet – fill the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Gallery 921. Next to Zorn is a Rothko and a Marca-Relli, as well as Milford Graves, the free jazz pioneer, who is busy creating a tornado of tom rolls and cymbal crashes from his psychedelically painted drum kit.