new museum’s hell, yes… hell, no!?

A while ago I did a post about Ugo Rondinone’s love-it-or-hate-it “Hell, Yes!” on the façade of the New Museum of Contemporary Art on New York’s Bowery. And, in the spirit of democracy and artistic expression, one critic has succinctly let us know precisely how they feel…

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Via Wooster Collective

Comments

  1. Like the better things in life, it delivers and nourishes but leaves one in the delicious balance of being satisfaction yet still wanting more. It represents graceful sufficiency.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    […] iconic part of the New Museum’s branding,” says spokeswoman Gabriel Einsohn. Definitely the Hell, Yes ! has become part of NYC. […]

  3. […] space simply isn’t enough for the world’s premier contemporary art museum and even people are saying “Hell, No” to Ugo Rondinone’s “Hell, Yes” on the […]

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