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- Pertaining to museology.
2007 July 20, Roberta Smith, “Space Exploration, Conducted on a Spiral”, in New York Times:
- But as a testament to what might be called the Thomas Krens legacy — he will be remembered as a builder of museums who failed to build where his museum needed it most — this is partly a depressing show, symptomatic of the kind of museological missteps that have become par for the course in New York.
2007 October 5, Edward Rothstein, “What’s Latex Got to Do With It?”, in New York Times:
- Of course, in the cinema gallery, where monitors and projections are accompanied by museological text labels, a voyeuristic, peep-show pleasure is partly promised; and tape loops of pornographic hydraulics hold repeat viewers in rapt attention.
2009 March 27, Simon Jenkins, “This hoarding of treasures is a scandal. They belong to the world”, in The Guardian:
- They are stars of the museological jet set.