There is one series of his art, however, that you won't see at NOMA. You won't see it at any American museum.
Well, when Botero read about American soldiers' abuse of prisoners at abu Ghraib, he immediately began sketching out what he was reading about - right there during his cross-country flight. That effort led to Botero's creation of more than 50 graphic paintings of the events described in Seymour Hersh's New York Times expose.
Although a few American galleries have shown this collection, no American museum will do so.
Here is Fernando Botero's youtube video of what NOMA won't show you.
Americans are so often told that we are the freest country on earth. If, however, you've lived abroad for a few years, you quickly discovered the other news, the stuff our media won't tell us. It turns out there is "other" art too. And you won't find it at NOMA.