New Yorker, New Art

Two recent art-centric articles in the New Yorker that deserve your attention: (1) The Met and the Now and (2) The Custodians: How the Whitney is Transforming the Art of Museum Conservation. Both discuss the lasting future of contemporary art in the ever-shifting landscape of the art world, the former in the context of the Metropolitan Museum’s contemporary art department and the plans for its growth, the latter in relation to Carol Mancusi-Ungaro’s efforts to bridge or link the Whitney’s conservation department to its new replications committee. Enjoy!

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