Monday, December 16, 2019
 

Roberta Smith: “MASS MoCA A Depressing Spectacle”


As is well known by now Roberta Smith, art critic for the New York Times, weighed in on the MASS MoCA v. Christoph Buchel lawsuit in last week’s New York Times “Arts and Leisure” Section. A quick update: Smith believes that MASS MoCA and Joe Thompson stepped way out of line when they disregarded Buchel’s request that his work not be installed and shown without his permission. In effect, Smith summarized Thompson’s grandstanding as such: “When a museum behaves badly, it’s never pretty. But few examples top the depressing spectacle at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.” Our guess–Thompson is looking for a new job!

 

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