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  1. pablo-matic
    ‘I Wasn’t Prepared for How the Art World Treated Hannah’A conversation with the Brooklyn Museum’s director, Anne Pasternak, a few weeks after the debut of “It’s Pablo-Matic.”
  2. museums
    Was the Breuer Building Underpriced?$100 million feels low — until you consider what it actually means to own a brutalist masterpiece.
  3. museums
    The Breuer: Requiem for a MuseumThe Sotheby’s purchase will turn the brutalist masterpiece into a mere auction house.
  4. museums
    Sotheby’s Was the Only Serious Option for the BreuerThe Whitney’s old home has officially been sold.
  5. architecture review
    The American Museum of Natural History Enters Its Modern Stone AgeThe new Gilder Center has folds of pink granite outside, rough shotcrete swoops within.
  6. twitter
    I’ll Miss You, Design BotsThe loss of Twitter’s open API will probably finish off the accounts that put random visual delights into my feed.
  7. museums
    After 14 Years, the Jackie Robinson Museum Is Finally OpenThe 2008 Recession, Hurricane Sandy, and COVID all slowed down the project, but the athlete’s 100-year-old widow finally got her wish.
  8. cannabis
    Weed Museum Coming to SohoWelcome to the new Museum Mile.
  9. 21 questions
    Laura Raicovich Thinks Museums Should Have Fewer Shows a YearThe writer and curator answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  10. the group portrait
    The Talented Security Guards of the MetThey’re enforcers, tour guides, artists.
  11. street view
    The Museum of Natural History’s New Addition Is a Giant Concrete MarshmallowStudio Gang’s design aims to bring the museum into the urgent present.
  12. that’s no moon
    The Academy Museum’s Orb Is Like When the Trailer Is Better Than the MovieBursting Renzo Piano’s big L.A. bubble.
  13. street view
    MoMA’s ‘Automania’: Car Culture, Minus the CultureA show that doesn’t get much past the chrome and glossy paint.
  14. museums
    The Queens Museum Has Become a Pandemic Community Hub“The answer to ‘What can we be as a museum?’ comes from the question of ‘What do people need us to be?’”
  15. the unforgettable year
    What the Museum of 2020 May Look LikeCurators and archivists on the items they’ve acquired from our pandemic year.
  16. space of the week
    Inside a Harlem Renaissance Poet’s Historic HomePoet, teacher, and activist Anne Spencer’s Lynchburg, Virginia, house is now an eclectic museum.