A roving work of art has sparked a lot of thought about the nature of walls this year, especially among those who live near the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri. "Walking Wall" is a 100-ton art installation that's been blocking traffic and building friendships as it moved toward the Bloch Building at the museum.
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
Kansas City 'Walking Wall' Was A FLOP
First and foremost, the artist was too much of a COWARD to come out and say what he was really talking about . . . Secondly, the traffic imposition demonstrated that he didn't care much about the public or the neighborhood he inconvenienced. Finally, this flimsy review discounts widespread social media push back against this campy bit of "conceptual art" that was only celebrated by people deriving their income from the Kansas City public radio/public TV donor class . . . Read more: