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A public discussion of Corcoran/NGA/GWU

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Washington Post art/architecture/culture critic Philip Kennicott, Architect magazine senior editor and Washington CityPaper contributing writer Kriston Capps and I are joining together to hold a public conversation on the Corcoran-National Gallery of Art-George Washington University situation. Our first event (there may be more!) will take place next Thursday, March 27,inĀ the Washington Post’s auditorium at 6pm. You must RSVP to PostPOV@washpost.com to attend. (And RSVP quickly — this should fill up.)

I recently posted two semi-essays on the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the NGA and the Corc’s collection:

[Image: Surely you don’t need me to identify this one!]

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  1. elizabeth punsalan says:

    Tyler, here’s a question for your panel discussion about the Corcoran.

    Why isn’t the National Gallery paying for the art that it will get from the Corcoran Gallery of Art? How can they “pick” the best and then distribute the remainder to regional museums? It sounds like a dog who found a bone on the sidewalk and runs away with it. . .

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