The Modern Art Museum of Dorchester is pleased to announce a new special exhibit opening next month. The exhibit will be titled “A blog about new special exhibit.”
The exhibit will consist of a wall with the title “A blog about new special exhibit” written on it in blue ink, and a blank wall underneath.
Asked why they selected this exhibit, museum director Frank White said, “We thought it would be interesting to see what happens if we put a blank wall next to ‘A blog about new special exhibit’ and left them both up for the same amount of time.”
The museum has been criticized for other exhibits in the past. Two years ago, after a highly anticipated exhibit of white paint being poured into an empty room proved underwhelming, one visitor claimed he was “literally speechless” at the high price admission cost.
Asked about this incident and whether he still takes pride in the museum’s exhibits despite their mixed reception, Mr. White hesitated. Finally, after several seconds of silence, he said: “I feel really bad about that.”
The museum’s current funding comes from two anonymous donors who have requested that the museum not disclose their names. When asked why, one donor replied: “You know how you get all those catalogs from art
The Modern Art Museum of Cliché has announced its newest special exhibit: “A blog about new special exhibit.”
Visitors to the exhibit will find it familiar. It consists of a series of glass display cases containing copies of other blogs, each with a sign explaining what is being exhibited. The name of the exhibit is taken from one of these blog posts, which contains the phrase “a blog about new special exhibits” within it.
The museum itself will not be part of the exhibit, since it already exists in the real world and thus would be redundant. Visitors are encouraged to visit the museum’s gift shop before or after visiting the exhibit, since many visitors enjoy doing that sort of thing.
Ticket prices are being kept low, although visitors should note that there is an additional fee for parking on top of the ticket price.
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The Museum of Modern Art is pleased to announce that starting Friday, March first, we will be featuring a special exhibit, “A Blog About New Special Exhibits”. The exhibit will feature a single room, with walls painted white and a single door. The only piece of furniture in the room will be a desk, at which an unseen man will sit and write in a notebook. In front of the desk will be the following text:
A press release from the Modern Art Museum (MAM) of Modern Art, announcing a new special exhibit. MAM is probably not the best museum in the world, but it certainly has a better collection than yours. It’s high time you checked out their exhibits.
The special exhibition space at MAM is devoted to new media art. The new special exhibit will allow visitors to interact with the art by blogging about it. Visitors are encouraged to share their insights with others and create a community where everyone can share unique perspectives on the art.
The modern art museum announced today a new special exhibit, to be open continuously, at no charge.
The exhibit will show, on the museum’s walls, what the museum’s administrators consider to be the most beautiful and moving works of art in history. A visitor with an internet connection can experience these works without leaving his seat.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York City, has announced that it will be hosting a new special exhibit of modern art. The exhibit will be up from July 15 to October 15, 2014.
“It’s easy to get the impression that there really is no such thing as modern art anymore,” said one prominent critic who asked not to be named because his museum will be hosting a special exhibit next year. “But this show should put that notion to rest.”
This particular exhibit is unique in that it doesn’t have any actual works of art in it. Instead, visitors can take pictures of themselves with signs that have things written on them. “It’s kind of like performance art, but without the performance part,” explained one curator whose name is also not being given out at this time. “The people who come in will do all the work, by taking their picture and posting it to Twitter or Instagram with some snarky comment about the special exhibit.”
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The museum will be open from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Sunday, and admission is $15.
The new exhibit features two dozen paintings, sculptures, and installations by a group of artists who have been active in the past twenty years. The works on display represent each artist’s unique style, ranging from postmodern deconstruction to post-postmodern appropriation.
In the entrance area of the museum, visitors will encounter several pieces by Simon de Croy in the first room. De Croy’s work is considered to be early Postmodernist, with stark lines and minimalistic use of color.
“Many people consider De Croy one of the most important artists alive today,” said Museum Curator Jad Smitko-Larsson. “We are very excited that he has agreed to showcase his work here.”
Visitors will also see an example of early Pop Art in the form of a small sculpture titled “Large Red Square” by Ann Paulse. “The work is not as well known as some of Paulse’s later pieces,” Smitko-Larsson said, “but it is still representative of her style.”