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Three and a half years after an $858 million capital campaign and major expansion in midtown Manhattan, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) continues to extend its global influence on public reception of the art of this and the last century. Glenn D. Lowry, Director of MoMA since 1995, joins Maxwell L. Anderson, The Melvin & Bren Simon Director and CEO of the IMA, in a public conversation about MoMA’s plans for the future, and how art museums are confronting globalization, new economic pressures, and rising expectations to serve a multiplicity of needs. Lowry will candidly share his experiences in keeping MoMA at the center of a new art world that has fewer headquarters and more outposts internationally.

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