The New York Times
By Patricia Cohen
MOST curators strive for novelty when they are putting together an exhibition. Museums nearly always want to boast that a show is “the first,” “the largest,” “the longest” or “the fill-in-the-blank-est.” For theNew-York Historical Society
’s latest attraction, “The Armory Show at 100,”
however, a measure of success is how closely its curators can recreate the experience of this seminal 1913 exhibition. . . .
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