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The Man Who Transformed Yale's Art Gallery
"Jock Reynolds, the director of the Yale University Art Gallery, likes to say that when he took over in 1998, the collection ... had grown so large that its landmark Louis Kahn building resembled an 'old sock drawer.' The museum could show only a small fraction of its holdings, and some works had been in storage so long that even the curators had never seen them." The New York Times 12/09/12 (includes slide show)
Posted December 11, 2012 12:29 AM




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