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Schoolkids at MOMA

Was back at the MOMA yesterday with my friend Silvia Purata (see Reading the Bands). Fantastic art, as usual, but this visit I was struck by the people as much as the art. Tuesday is apparently a big day for school groups. Something about the little girl with her audio tour headphones, orange school pass lanyard, blond ponytail, and peach sweatshirt standing in front of The Kitchen by Picasso gave me a real "Art is for Everyone" moment. Thank you MOMA. 

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