Art can be found everywhere today, not just hanging in museums. Even buildings can be art. Cutting Matta-Clark shows a perfect example of this. The anarchitect Gordon Matta-Clark split a house in two as an art project. Michael Webb likewise found many opportunities to combine art and architecture in the course of his sixty-year career. The buildings in Solid Objectives are architectural artworks. What Is a Museum Now? explores the museum’s role as mediator between artworks and society.