I can't stop thinking about the new Museum of Modern Art. Nor can I stop going there. Since its November reopening, I've been 14 times. I still love the building, but I often feel MOMA is so invested in its own myth of modernism that it and I can't breathe. Myths are monolithic and fixed; they accommodate modification but they don't really change. Art, which is quixotic, is timeless but not mythic. The alarming lack of... More >>>