The Seed of a Dialogue
The thing I remember most about the beginning of the museum is Jan van der Marck being the first director and being absolutely brilliant. The first show was Pictures to be Read/Poetry to be Seen, which changes how you view the art. It isn't just you go in and you look at a picture. He's already planted the seed of a dialogue, I think. He did Art by Telephone, which preceded MoMA's Information exhibition. I don't know that he got any credit for it until he was dead, but it was an interesting exhibition.