Be ready, your day is about to be made.
This is the trailer for MoMA Unadulterated, an audio tour of the MoMA created by kids between 3 and 10. We already knew children are artists, now here’s proof that they are art critics too!
Highlights of the tour (try to prove them wrong!) include:
‘It’s messy,” on Jackson Pollock’s One: Number 31, 1950.
“He wants to kill people. He actually stabs people with broccoli,” about Andy Warhol’s Double Elvis.
“That looks like a naked principal at a desk,” on George Segal’s The Bus Driver.
“Looks like a polka-dotted chicken,” on Roy Lichtenstein’s Girl With Ball.
Of course, these are just a few.
Download the entire guide here: you can use it to explore the MoMA with your family, but listen to it even if you’re not planning a visit to the museum – it’s simply brilliant.