The New MoMA: More Space, Less Story

Phil Kennicott: “MoMA is billing these changes to the display of the art as the most significant aspect of the expansion. Not only is the museum growing, it is changing its relationship to the art, no longer insisting on a single grand narrative, no longer teaching, but simply opening itself up to exploration and discovery.” – Washington Post

Tags: Art, Visual, Moma, Phil Kennicott, 10.10.19


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