A Mass of Contemporary Art

MASS MoCA

MASS MoCA

North Adams, Mass.

The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art opened its doors in 1999 in a former industrial complex that was built by the Arnold Print Works in 1860. It has since expanded to include some 250,000 feet of exhibition space. There is an excellent documentary called Museum Town that tells the MASS MoCA story, as well as the impact the museum has had on this post-industrial Western Massachusetts town.

Blane De St. Croix, How to Move a Landscape

Moving Landscape at MASS MoCA
Moving Landscape
Alchemist Triptych at MASS MoCA
Alchemist Triptych

Spencer Finch

Cosmic Latte at MASS MoCA
Cosmic Latte

ERRE, Them and Us

Sing Sing at MASS MoCA
Sing Sing
Eye Chart, Dennis Chavez
Eye Chart, Dennis Chavez

Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing

Louise Bourgeois

Richard Nielsen, This is Not a Gag

This is Not a Gag, Richard Nielsen
Richard Nielsen
Self Portrait

Gunnar Schonbeck, No Experience Required

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6 Responses to A Mass of Contemporary Art

  1. Donna Janke says:

    Interesting collection of contemporary. I think it would take some time to go through Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and ponder the meaning of the pieces.

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  2. Wow! This is a fantastic place. I’d heard if it, but didn’t realize just how good it is.

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  3. I love those mask portraits!

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  4. ckennedy says:

    Love the collections! There are so many museums I want to visit now that they’re open.

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  5. jmankowsky says:

    Such a fascinating place! I haven’t been there since covid….time for a visit. Thanks for posting.
    Julie

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