NEW YORK, June 27, 2013 (via WSJ) – What do you think of when you think of museums? Probably something like this: Cool, dark hallways. Marble expanses. Antiquities and artifacts lovingly seated on velvet and firmly enveloped in noseprint-dotted glass.
That’s certainly the experience that over six million people per year expect when they visit Gotham’s curatorial crown jewel, the Metropolitan Museum of Art — the most-visited art museum in the United States, and the second-most in the world, after Paris’s Louvre… Read More >< More News