Now you see it…


And now it’s gone. Maurizio Cattelan‘s Carnegie International piece, “Now,” the wax and resin JFK in a coffin we told you about here and here has been removed from public display. Read the ever on the ball and ahead of the pack Tyler Green on this bit of news.

Cattelan’s piece was apparently sited temporarily in the Founder’s Room for the opening. But the artist and the museum are not “Now” united in where the piece should reside for the rest of the show’s run. Let’s hope they figure it out. It’s a great piece and a shame if it’s closeted over something as easily resolved as finding another good location in the big museum.


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