Summer 2010


Nearly from its beginnings, the public museum has been recognized as a reflection of the social order—with modes of display (and the objects housed therein) steeped in both the ethos and the economy of the day. What, then, should we make of the museum now, when the audience for art is, inarguably, larger than ever, and the distinctions between art and other creative …

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