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The barter economy behind major art museums

by Bennett Purser and Kai Ryssdal Oct 28, 2019
The Louvre spent 10 years negotiating with other museums to mount the largest Leonardo da Vinci exhibit ever. Here's a look inside the process.
People take pictures of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Virgin and Child With Saint Anne" at the opening of the Louvre's exhibition in Paris on Oct. 22.
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Atlanta museum charts computers' evolution over time

by Stephen Fowler Aug 23, 2019
The Computer Museum of America features massive supercomputers, an evolutionary timeline of computing and a tribute to tech that got us to space.
One of the earliest known computers, a Datapoint 2200, sits in a glass case at the Computer Museum of America.
Stephen Fowler/Georgia Public Broadcasting

A new museum of economic theory for Paris

by Emma Jacobs Jul 9, 2019
Art, sculpture ... economic theory? The Central Bank of France is behind the capital's latest museum.
One of the exhibitions at Citéco.
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Rockefeller auction at Christie's expected to bring in $500 million or more for charity

by Ashley Milne-Tyte May 1, 2018
The items at the auction include everything from David Rockefeller’s gold cuff links to Picasso paintings that were once owned by writer Gertrude Stein.
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Will the Met Museum's new ticket policy change its audience? Probably not.

by Ryan Kailath Feb 13, 2018
Data shows a decision to visit a museum is more often a question of lifestyle than of finances.
People congregate at the entrance to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) on March 1, 2017 in New York City. 
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What you will find at the Museum of Failure

by John Laurenson Jul 3, 2017
One person's disappointment is another's success.
The Museum of Failure includes Google Glass in its collection.
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Museums embrace virtual reality

by Adriene Hill Mar 21, 2017
Are virtual exhibits close to replacing real life ones?
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Yayoi Kusama exhibit is an economic puzzle for museum

by Mark Garrison Feb 24, 2017
The lines are long but entry is free. So how can the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn capitalize on its 'blockbuster'?
Yayoi Kusama's "Phalli’s Field," 1965, is one of the infinity mirror room installations at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.
Cathy Carver

Big dinosaur = big museum attraction

by Scott Tong Jan 14, 2016
A lesson in dinosaurnomics: big new dinosaurs are good for museums

Opening museum doors for free pays off

by Adriene Hill Oct 2, 2015
Admission fees don't bring in all that much anyway, so why not get rid of them?