A disturbed nude woman in a bubble bath brandishes a pipe. The Banana Man from “Captain Kangaroo” offers sex tips to tots. The Lincoln Memorial president relieves himself on unsuspecting children. And stuffed animals and doggy squeeze-toys inspire bestiality.
The alarm blaring in the New York headquarters of Amalgamated Bank, where the Democratic National Committee and Occupy Wall Street are clients, didn’t bother the two pinstriped executives sitting still with legs crossed.
It seems impossible: a dynamic, thought-provoking art show about the terrorist attacks on New York that’s likely to offend no one. Yet Peter Eleey, curator of the exhibition “September 11” at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens, may have pulled off just that.