If you've read my blog for any period of time, you've doubtless witnessed the occasions where I find myself scratching my head at what cultural commentators have to say about museums in very public forums. Philip Kennicott, Judith Dobrzynski, Ellen Gamerman, the list goes on and on... Another salvo was fired earlier in the week. Tiffany…
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