Museum Deaccessions – Ever Ongoing Debate and Dilemma

Museum Deaccessions - Ever Ongoing Debate and Dilemma

While letting go of artworks has allowed museums to improve their diversity of collections, attract more traffic to new works, and help continue operations financially, deaccession will always have its detractors and almost certainly pushbacks. This year in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art was under scrutiny for its plans to auction off 300 […]

My Journey: In Search For The Ultimate Digital Art World

Morgan Library II - Limited Edition 1 of 10, photography by Reinhard Görner | Image source:

Oh Rembrandt and More Rembrandt.. My Inspiration In the second year of my Masters program at Christie’s, I interned at the Morgan Library and Museum’s Drawings and Prints Department as a curatorial researcher. After graduation, I was hired for the museum’s very first online art cataloguing project, “Corsair,” for the museum’s extraordinary Rembrandt prints (etchings) […]

The Changing Face Of The Art Museum

From “Creating a new museum definition – the backbone of ICOM” | Image source:

Picture an art museum—you’re probably thinking of a huge building with either a classical facade or a super-modern edifice with lots of windows and unusual angles. The art inside of it is probably divided into sections by time period and geography. And it probably has a room or two for temporary exhibits. For a lot […]