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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n my last story on the New Orleans Museum of Art, I analyzed the advancement of its collection from a series of empty spaces– the museum began with extremely little art– to an attractive, broad-based collection of 40,000 items.
For much of its history, now more than 100 years, directors, managers, and trustees treasured illumination, facility taste, and connoisseurship. All of these are great. For several years, its finest museum practices intended directly and, by and big, solely at these top priorities.
I took pleasure in seeing how the museum moved and broadened in time, as have all great, observant museums. It’s succeeded