Friday, November 14, 2008

I love it. Tyler's solution for fixing what ails the Corcoran, which has long had a reputation as D.C.'s most dysfunctional museum: Dismantle it. Peel off the various collections and programs and distribute them around town.

So if the Corcoran closes, what to do with the school and the physical plant? American University or George Washington University could each absorb relevant parts of the college. The physical plant could go to the National Gallery of Art, which would have to renovate the buildings before installing its American art and photography collections.

Mr. Greenhalgh, tear down this wall!

Read the rest of Tyler's prescriptions for the Corc here.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jacob said...

nice post

8:46 AM  

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