Corcoran Gallery and College Break-Up Leaves Lasting Impact on D.C.

August 17th, 2016

The Washington Post looks back at the break-up of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and its College of Art & Design two years after its separation went underway, reflecting on the lasting impacts and intense feelings it still brings to the surface.  “The agreement is gravely flawed. There’s no form of public accountability,” says former Corcoran curator Linda Crocker Simmons. “The city lost a major entity. It was a living organism that worked. It was not perfect, but it had its place.”

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