Museums Draw on Events That Shaped the World

The New York Times
October 25, 2013
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. . . . Read more . . .
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