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Arts & Museum Summit: Making a Museum in the 21st Century, Part I

HONG KONG, November 21, 2013 — Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu moderates a discussion on the future of museums with Caroline Collier, Director of Tate National; MoMA's Glenn LowryLars Nittve, Executive Director of M+ in Hong Kong; and Wang Chunchen from the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing, at Asia Society's first Arts & Museum Summit. (44 min., 23 sec.)


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