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He begins, fittingly, with immigrant, Honduras-born custodian Juan Aranda, who reveals, "the ledges on the balcony above the Main Entrance are the most difficult places to clean because they are so hard to reach." Also hard to reach are some of the prices the international art market commands, admits Keith Christiansen, a curator specializing in the earliest stirrings of the Renaissance who was able to procure a rarest-of-the-rare Duccio by appealing to the vanity of the Met's director. nonfiction. 39 New & Used from $1.99 Available for Pick Up In Store Add to Wishlist+ 9780143114260 Overview Editorial Reviews Product Details Related Subjects Meet the author Overview An 'intriguing' oral portrait of the people behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Entertainment Weekly)Using more than fifty interviews, award-winning writer Danny Danziger creates a fascinating mosaic of the people behind New York's magnificent Metropolitan Museum of Art. "I don't see why you shouldn't have this toward the end of your career." For his part, Montebello proclaims, "I am the Met," and contemplates his last walk through the galleries in "maximum zenithal light." From high and low, all the people of the Met gladly own their positions and take them with the utmost seriousness, providing here a primer on the care and feeding of a massive public institution that spends and earns millions upon hundreds of millions and houses some of the nation's and the world's greatest treasures.A delectable pleasure for Met devotees. from cleaner and waitress through curator, trustee, and CEO. Password . Who knew that the Metropolitan Museum of Art is New York City's foremost tourist attraction, welcoming more than four-million visitors yearly? According to pop historian Danziger (1215: The Year of Magna Carta, 2004, etc.), each of the Met's thousands of employees does, so justifiably proud are they of the world's second-largest museum (after the Louvre).

Aside from that, I found Museum to be a compelling and fascinating read with an approach I’d love to see applied to other institutions in the future. More information . Box 1717 Asheville, NC 28802 828.253.3227 For Press .. See all First Friday Art Walk See all Home About Connect Collections Education Events Membership Shop Visit Menu Connect Collections Events Visit . After a brief preface, Danziger presents the respondents talking in first person without prompting or pause. From the aristocratic, acerbic director of the museum, Philippe de Montebello, to the curators who have a deep knowledge and passionate appreciation of their collections, from the security guards to the philanthropists who keep the museum's financial life blood flowing, Danziger brings to life this extraordinary world through the words of those who are devoted to making the Met the American institution it surely is. Many of the curators speak primarily of their subjects, but there are personal stories as well. He begins, fittingly, with immigrant, Honduras-born custodian Juan Aranda, who reveals, "the ledges on the balcony above the Main Entrance are the most difficult places to clean because they are so hard to reach." Also hard to reach are some of the prices the international art market commands, admits Keith Christiansen, a curator specializing in the earliest stirrings of the Renaissance who was able to procure a rarest-of-the-rare Duccio by appealing to the vanity of the Met's director. "Tom Hoving had his Juan de Pareja," Christiansen told Philippe de Montebello.

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