Jeanmarie Evelly of dnainfo.com reports that two photographs were stolen from MoMA PS1 in Queens, New York. The institution discovered that the works, estimated to be worth $100,000, were missing on Monday, October 30.
According to the police, there were no signs of a break in at the museum, and the building’s alarm wasn’t triggered. Citing the ongoing criminal investigation, a MoMA PS1 spokesperson declined to comment. The titles of the works were not disclosed.