International Center of Photogrphy is seeking a new home, and the Whitney’s Breuer Building would serve perfectly. A new proposal by Jason Edward Kaufman calls for the Breuer building to serve as ICP’s new home. He calls on New York City to help finance the relocation, if the instititions could agree on a plan.
I’ve been in Australia for three weeks, visiting museums in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart, Tasmania. Apologies for my absence, but I will soon post my review of the MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art newly created by gambling tycoon David Walsh in his native Tasmania. It’s a remarkable story, so stay tuned. Jason…
The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., has retained Lord Cultural Resources to determine how the institution can continue to survive, and whether its operation should remain linked to the Corcoran College of Art + Design. The Corcoran also plans to lease their adjacent parking lot to a local developer, who will erect an eight-story office building on the site once slated for a Frank Gehry-designed expansion.
As the Miami Art Museum (MAM) breaks ground for its new Herzog and de Meuron-designed building in Museum Park, its leaders should rethink the scope of the institution’s program.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art plans to renovate the entire Fifth Avenue plaza in front of the museum, but the project will not include building new subterranean space, which was the scheme earlier in the decade until a lawsuit from neighbors led to scaling back the plan.