The other day I posted about the arrogant elitism of the Museum of Modern Art and its plan to tear down the Folk Art Museum building, which it now owns. One of my readers called the decision to raze the 12-year-old prize-winning building an ugly case of conspicuous consumption, and I agree. Now comes James Russell, a buddy of mine and architecture critic for Bloomberg News, saying the same thing, only much better than I did. Go Jim!
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