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Defining Art Moments in 2020 – The New York Times

This was a year of protests and pivots. Monuments fell, museums looked inward. On the bright side, galleries persisted despite the pandemic’s grip and curators…

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The lockdown created dire economic crises for art institutions. Possibly even more destabilizing and harder to address long-term was the mounting pressure on museums to conduct moral self-inventories and to begin correcting systemic racial and social inequities. In the event, the learning curve for reform wasnt just steep; it was a roller coaster.
Last May the Baltimore Museum of Art planned to auction works from its collection to pay for among other things equitable staff salaries, only to be hit…

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