Art Protests We’d Like to See

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Boston native Max Geller is a man on a mission to alert the world to his disgust with Pierre-Auguste Renoir, whom he considers the schmalziest of the French Impressionists. In October, Geller launched the first of a series of anti-Renoir protests in front of the MFA, and he’s since taken the fight to museums in New York, Chicago, and Pasadena. Empowered by Geller’s zeal, we came up with a few more art protests we’d like to see around town.

Make_Way_For_Ducklings

Photograph by Karim Rezk

PUT PANTS ON THE MAKE-WAY-FOR-DUCKLINGS DUCKLINGS

#ThinkOfTheChildren #IndecentDucklings

Gas_Tank

Photograph by sandcastle matt

ADD MORE HIDDEN COMMUNISTS TO THE DORCHESTER
GAS TANK

#HoChiMinhIsLonely #NeedsMoreRed

BUNKER_HILL

Photograph by Jingyang Wang

BUNKER HILL MONUMENT
TOO PHALLIC

#TooHappyToSeeUs #SettleDown

Nutcracker

Photograph by Scott M. Lacey

BOSTON BALLET INSENSITIVE TO THOSE WITH NUT ALLERGIES

#DancingWithDanger #ClaraNeedsAnEpiPen

Source URL: https://www.bostonmagazine.com/arts-entertainment/2015/11/24/art-protests/