MASS MoCA, North Adams

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1040 Mass MoCA Way North Adams, MA 01247 413.662.2111

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  • Worse than cabs!
    Worse than cabs!
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  • Naaaaasty!
    Naaaaasty!
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  • Off to the museum we go
    Off to the museum we go
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    Mass Moca (Museum of Contemporary Art)

    by garridogal Updated Aug 16, 2005

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    Off to the museum we go

    You've gotta check this place out. It's located in an old Mill building so there's lots of space for all kinds of exhibits in all sizes. Some are nice, some are funky, some are laughable and some are downright disturbing. All in all it was a fun time!

    We didn't try it, but we walked into the Cafe Latino, looking for bottled water. It's really cute! Can't vouch for the food but it did look worth checking out.

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    Cai Guo-Qiang: Inopportune

    by garridogal Written Aug 16, 2005

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    Worse than cabs!

    Exploding cars juxtapositioned with suspended stuffed tigers with arrows jutting from them. We checked out the car, but couldn't deal with the tigers.

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    Becoming Animal

    by garridogal Written Aug 16, 2005

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    Naaaaasty!

    This is one of the disturbing exhibits at Mass Moca. It's some sort of human/pig milking. And...there was a worse angry monkey creation that I chose not to photograph. Bleech!!

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    Life After Death: New Leizpig Paintings

    by garridogal Written Aug 16, 2005

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    Make yourself at home...

    I really liked these surreal paintings. Most of the canvases were really big, colorful and full of symbolism

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