The New Yorker January 26, 2020
Jordan Orlando writes in a fascinating article for the New Yorker on the Museum of Modern Art past and present ...
One of MOMA’s early homes was a five-story townhouse on Fifty-third Street.
.... The next gallery hits the eyes with Picasso’s “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” (which the new gallery text describes as seeming “to have no lesser goal than the complete reinvention of Western painting”)