In the aftermath of the Whitney Biennial controversy, NCAC has aggregated the best commentary and opinions on the fraught but necessary incident.
American University Museum in Washington D.C. flubbed its approach to a controversial sculpture after it claimed it did not want the message of the sculpture to be deemed the institution’s own.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts responds to NCAC’s letter regarding protests over “Kimono Wednesdays.”
An exhibit that included a kimono that could be worn by museum visitors drew strong protests, and caused the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to alter its program.
Is the Museum of the City of New York censoring labor art–or merely exercising proper curatorial judgment?