My first visit was fun, as long as I didn't look too closely at the art. You can all make up your own mind about the exterior, but our entire group was dismayed (some were outraged) by the display in the basement room, where a clearly erroneous set of markers were attached to a set of objects that were mislabeled, apparently deliberately.
I despise politically correct art, and this was beyond politically correct. It was dishonest. The supposed pieces of art are in a display that includes supposed comic books, supposed swords from the 15th century, and other supposed works from supposedly persecuted artists. One of the people named in the exhibits was, indeed, persecuted by the government. However, that was 500 years ago, it was not in the United States, and the sword displayed here was clearly not associated with that noble person. I have no idea about the authenticity (or, more accurately, "degree of fictitiousness") attached to the others.
If you want to go to a museum that has only real art from real people, you might want to ask a curator when the sophomore pranks will end and the actual art will come to the gallery.
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