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Architecture

Museum design works on multiple levels

The New Museum of Contemporary Art's first permanent home is both functional and eye-catching with its series of vertical galleries wrapped in a silvery mesh of aluminum. The New Museum of Contemporary Art's first permanent home is both functional and eye-catching with its series of vertical galleries wrapped in a silvery mesh of aluminum. (Dean Kaufman)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 16, 2007

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NEW YORK - Everyone employs the same image to describe the home of the New Museum of Contemporary Art here, which opened on Dec. 1. They say it looks like a stack of gray boxes, piled carelessly one on top of another. (Full article: 836 words)

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