I’ve never been one to avoid blowing my own horn, so here’s a bit of shameless self promotion.
Roughly 19 years ago, my wife Marie Jackson (Director of Aesthtic Interpretation), our friend Scott Wilson (Esteemed Curator) and I (Executive Director) decided to build a world famous cultural institution in the basement of our house. Eventually it moved out of our house and into the world. It took many years, but our creation has just been rightfully recognized by the powers-that-be.
The London Times just published a list of the 50 best art museums in the world. There were the usual suspects The Uffizi in Florence, The Prado in Madrid, MOMA in New York, the Louvre in Paris ….. and of course, at #50 The Museum of Bad Art in Boston.