As someone who has been guilty of grouping great numbers of rock posters together for an exhibition, the following may sound like the pot calling the kettle black. But to my eye, it looks like the curators at MOMA in New York just barfed up as much stuff as they could onto a wall of their current “From the Collection: 1960-1969” exhibition, as this photo from the New York Times shows. I’m trying to imagine the curators giving a similar Tetris treatment to a collection of pieces by Alphonse Mucha and Jules Cheret, but I cannot. Here, head-shop posters by Joseph McHugh are crammed next to pieces by Michael English, Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, Bonnie MacLean, Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, Bob Schnepf, Bob Fried, John Myers, Gary Essert, and Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse. I suppose we should be grateful that MOMA is not being willfully blind to the importance of this work in the 1960s, but this presentation seems to indicate that the institution still does not know what to do with it.