The MoMA Unadulterated. An audio tour created by kids.

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.



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