As I sat down to write this review, a media release popped into my email inbox with the excited news that more than 400,000 people had visited the National Gallery of Victoria’s MoMA exhibition over its four-month duration, making it the NGV’s ‘second most attended ticketed exhibition on record’. This large attendance figure was presumably cited as proof of the exhibition’s success. More numbers followed, in quotes attributable to the Victorian Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley, emphasising the importance of the arts to the state’s economy.
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