Proof: Bronx Museum’s Anniversary Party Was a Smash Hit

by Whitney Kimball on October 18, 2012 · 2 comments Events

Gifninja doesn’t really convey the full force of the Bronx Museum’s 40th Anniversary party on Friday. If there was one takeaway from the event, it’s that museums should have more music. You don’t hear this level of noise at MoMA.

It was nice to see a rare show of local pride at the museum. Biennials are great, but sometimes they just don’t get people going like music and tacos.

Full Circle performing

Name? If someone can identify this gentleman in the comments, I'll credit him

Three out of four of the Valerie Capers Quartet

Bids placed at the silent auction

Bronx Museum 40th AnniversaryJust kidding. This is the photodocumentary exhibition.


Thaniel Ion Lee October 19, 2012 at 1:42 am

what happened to art museums showing art. im tired of museums pandering to the public.

John Gawarecki-Maxwell October 19, 2012 at 10:20 am

Dude, I think you have a lot bigger things to worry about if you’re getting all up in arms about a museum throwing a party to celebrate its fortieth anniversary.

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