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A Yale museum looks beyond university walls

Director Reynolds revels in all phases of job

Under Jock Reynolds, the Yale gallery's collection has more than doubled. Under Jock Reynolds, the Yale gallery's collection has more than doubled. (courtesy of yale university art gallery)
By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / July 6, 2008

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NEW HAVEN - In September, Jock Reynolds marks his 10th anniversary as Henry J. Heinz II director of the Yale University Art Gallery. During that time, the collection has more than doubled, to some 190,000 objects. The gallery's Louis Kahn-designed building reopened in 2006 after a three-year, $44 million renovation. That was part of a 12-year expansion and renovation of ... (Full article: 905 words)

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