Friday, September 28, 2012
The Weisman Art Museum
The Weisman may be the world’s only museum best-known for what Andrew acidly calls “decorative rust”.
If I were on the Weisman Board Of Trustees, I would instruct legal counsel to file suit against the architect, Frank Gehry, in an effort to recover all costs necessary to remedy permanently the rust problem.
Andrew and I plan to miss—with regrets—the current exhibitions on view at the Weisman: “Ceramics: A Personal View”; and “Contextual Flux”, an exhibition whose title frightens us.