Messing with MoMA: Critical Interventions at the Museum of Modern Art, 1939–Now

  • Posted on Jul 27, 2015 by

As an institution dedicated to ever-changing art forms, MoMA consistently attracts direct engagement. The MoMA Library's current exhibition documents seven decades of interventions by artists, the general public, and even MoMA staff, ranging from manifestos and conceptual gestures to protests and performances. “Messing” connotes the variety of these actions, which question, play with, provoke, subvert, and comment on the paradox of institutionalizing radical art.