Oct. 31, 2017 By Christian Murray
Two photographs valued at $105,000 were stolen from MoMA PS1 Sunday night, according to police.
The photographs, described by police as gelatin silver prints, vanished between 6:20 p.m. Sunday and 10:30 a.m. Monday, according to police.
Police said that there were no signs of forced entry and that the alarm had been set but did not go off.
The museum has no security cameras inside or outside, police said.
A spokeswoman for the museum declined to comment.
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How on earth does a museum not have cameras inside or out?
105k? Where goes the 5k come from, exactly? Does this model have the power windows? Art valuation is a joke. Large used as wealth and tax transfer for the rich. Not attacking art, just the batsh!t valuation precision.
The stolen photographs were portraits of Cathy Nolan and Jimmy Van Bremer in gilt frames.
Sounds like a developing story.
If they showed pictures of the missing items maybe somebody will spot them at a flea market.
How does a museum get insurance without cameras these days?
The missing items were pictures, how could they show them?
No cameras inside or out? Alarm set, but didn’t go off? 2 photos worth 105k? Sounds like someone on the inside.
Who are the photographers?
Only worth the silver used. Nothing in museum worth more than 99 cent