No Art For You. Next!
The times have changed since I was a child in New York City in the 1950s. When my mother took me to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, there was a giant sculpture in the lobby. When I pointed out the obvious, my mother explained it was art. You’ll find similar art in the Dahesh.
One of the Vatican’s favorite sculptures created this masterpiece for a piazza in Florence in the 16th century. But they’ll be no class trips to Italy, now!
Correction: It was the Dallas Museum not the Dahesh (where I read about it.)