Brooklyn Museum of Art
- Completed with the help of the museum’s curators
- Acts as both a guide for visitors and a sample of the museum’s most reassured works
Considered one of the leading museums of the world, the Brooklyn Museum of Art holds an impressive place in the history of the arts in twentieth-century America through its active exhibition program, excellent comprehensive collection, and commitment to public service. The Museum is far from being a static treasure house; nothing, including the building itself, is ever finished at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Each collection, each department, has its own story, its own cast of characters, a chain of events – external and internal – that have charted or altered its course over the last century. This insight to the Museum was completed with the help of all the curators at the Museum.