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    Everything Old is New Again at Met Breuer Museumi
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    March 04, 2016 10:49 PM
    In New York City, change is the only constant, and even staid institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art feel the need to shake things up every once in a while, if only to stay relevant among contemporary audiences. With the opening of a new facility in an equally renowned space, art lovers will soon see a different side of the Met. VOA's Tina Trinh got a sneak peek.

    Everything Old is New Again at Met Breuer Museum

    Published March 04, 2016

    In New York City, change is the only constant, and even staid institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art feel the need to shake things up every once in a while, if only to stay relevant among contemporary audiences. With the opening of a new facility in an equally renowned space, art lovers will soon see a different side of the Met. VOA's Tina Trinh got a sneak peek.


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