Given up for dead at least four times, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art refused to die. Housed in a converted historic mill complex in the beautiful Berkshire hills of western Massachusetts, MASS MoCA opened to glowing critical acclaim in 1999. This book tells the story of its evolution from mill to museum.

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Onsite

Location code REF.MASS
Language

English

Keywords

museum studies

Publication/Creation date

2000

ISBN / ISSN

0970073801

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Foreword

- Jennifer TRAINER

History and Change at the Marshall Street Complex

- John HEON

Director's Statement

- Joseph THOMPSON

Photographing the Evolution of a Museum

- Nicholas WHITMAN

Architect's Statement

- Simeon BRUNER

MASS MoCA: From Mill to Museum
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