Brookline, Massachusetts: Museum of Bad Art: Satellite Gallery

Small gallery of bad art in the lobby of a local cable access TV station. The main MOBA gallery is in a theater basement in Somerville.

Brookline Interactive Group

46 Tappan St., Brookline, MA
Brookline Interactive Group. Top Floor of the Unified Arts Building, on the south side of Tappan St. just west of Cypress St. and the Light Rail station.
10-10 Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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MOMA satellite gallery.

Museum of Bad Art: Satellite Gallery

If one longs to visit an art museum which celebrates the very worst in self-expression, a trip to MOBA is the ticket.

[PWarren, 04/27/2022]

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