The past few years have seen significant changes in the museum field, with some developments that will mark the field for decades to come. One interesting, and very effective, development has been the noticeable increase in double-barreled exhibitions: “Matisse Picasso” (MOMA, Tate, Pompidou, 2002–3; curated by John Elderfield, Kirk Varnedoe, John Golding, Elizabeth Cowling, Isabelle Monod-Fontaine, and Anne Baldassari); “Van Gogh-Gauguin: the Studio of the South” (Art Institute of Chicago, 2001–2; curated by Douglas Druick); “Manet-Velázquez: The French Taste for Spanish Painting” (Metropolitan Museum of Art, Réunion des Musées Nationaux/ Musée d’Orsay, 2003; curated by Gary Tinterow and Geneviève Lacambre); and “Schoenberg, Kandinsky and the Blue Rider” (Jewish Museum, New York, 2003; curated by Esther da Costa Meyer and Fred...


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