Charlotte Higgins

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When Glenn Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, was welcomed into Tate Modern recently by Nicholas Serota, it was a meeting of arguably the two most influential museum directors in the world.

Lowry was in London to promote MoMA’s forthcoming shows – including the first full retrospective of the South African-born painter Marlene Dumas, and a major show on Martin Kippenberger. In Tate Modern, all was courteousness as Serota, the impeccably besuited director of the Tate, introduced the equally trim and stylish Lowry to his British audience. Lowry extravagantly praised the Cy Twombly exhibition, curated by Serota, that has just opened at Tate Modern, calling it «a model of what we all seek to achieve» and «a truly wonderful show».…  Seguir leyendo »