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America’s Favorite Art Museum: Round one, part three

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Voting continues in MAN’s America’s Favorite Art Museum tournament! Here’s what we’re doing, and here’s where you can vote for the first quarter of the first round and for the second quarter of the first round. (For voting/match-up updates,  follow me on Twitter!) Below is the third quarter of the first round. Voting for the first round concludes Sunday evening at 5pm, ET.

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  1. The poor Aldrich: An amazing museum, but that’s some brutal seeding!

  2. by Patricia A. Dellorfano

    The ICA is a fabulous museum in a fabulous location.

  3. Pairing SFMOMA against the Hammer is rough. I love the Hammer more than words can say, but I am afraid it’s not going to make it past SFMOMA. Que triste.

  4. Without a doubt, The Carnegie Museum of Art cannot be beaten for its permanent
    collection. While small, it presents a progressive view of art from ancient to contemporary.
    The Carnegie International for Contemporary Art has built and continues to build this remarkable collection.

  5. I burst out laughing! The Aldrich(A wonderful museum with no permanent collection but much creativity) against MOMA. David vs Goliath.

  6. OMG that poll was difficult … I want them all to thrive

  7. Who came up with the seeding? Why did the Aldrich even make this list only to be mocked by its comparison to the MOMA. Really they are two completely different institutions and never should be looked at side to side…

  8. “Favorite” means so many things. I don’t think it makes much sense to compare museums – each has strengths, each has weaknesses.

  9. SAM should get bonus points for the dedicated employees forced to take a furlough.

  10. by Billie T Russell

    Kansas city Nelsons is the best hands down

  11. I’m with Jane on this one. It doesn’t make much sense to start comparing museums. It’s as subjective and pointless as trying to put a number grade on a piece of artwork.
    It was of course not on the list, but I used to greatly enjoy the now defunct, Words & Pictures Museum in North Hampton, MA. Anyone here ever been there ?

  12. I know this is supposed to be good clean summer fun, but it plays into the dumbing down of meaningful relationships and experiences, creates a false sense of value and a totally fake institutional hierarchy. Sort of like a current reality show that seems to have taken the art world by storm.

  13. Go IMA!!

  14. Games like this suppose an even playing field and just two goals. Art institutions are so much more complicated than soccer and their audience is so much more sophisticated. Like David, I appreciate the ‘fun’ of this but it gives honor to dumbness; we have too much dumb these days and not enough smart and creative and insightful and reverant and informed and exciting..ness.

  15. Lighten up. everyone! We all know art is DEADLY SERIOUS. If nothing else, this site has piqued my interest about other museums with which I’m not familiar. And that’s a good thing!

  16. Gotta give some love to the DIA and the IMA :)

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