There's no sign at the entrance to the Museum of Modern Art warning parents of the potentially corrupting stuff within. But inside the museum, tender young minds will encounter a depiction of naked prostitutes, a couple kissing in bed, a dog's bollocks, or, even though the artist insists otherwise, a tobacco pipe. (Whom are they trying fool? A tobacco pipe is like pornography: I know it when I see it.) The place is a veritable moral minefield. Why hasn't anyone spoken up about this?
Well, thanks to the introduction of the Museum of Modern Art's excellent new iPhone app, which features an extensive catalogue of the Modern's holdings, this intolerable wrong has been righted. Apple requires all iPhone apps to have a content warning, so we now know: the Museum of Modern Art is "Rated 12+" for the following: