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Kids Give Their ‘Honest’ Opinions On Andy Warhol And Jackson Pollock
By John Yong, 07 Aug 2012
Children are known for their honesty and their innocent perspective of the world—therefore, the people at Audio Tour Hack believe it’s because of these qualities, they would make the perfect art critics.
They organized an unofficial audio tour at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)—where kids, aged 3 to 10, give their honest opinions on MoMA’s permanent art collection.
Called ‘MoMA Unadulterated’, artworks by famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock and Roy Lichtenstein are ‘expertly analyzed’ by kids, who give their unique, child-like perspective and opinions on these works.
As Audio Tour Hack puts it: “This is Modern Art without the pretentiousness, the pomposity, or any other big ‘P’ words.”
To hear some of these children’s ‘unadulterated’ art criticism, visit Audio Tour Hack's website.
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[via Audio Tour Hack]
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