THE MORGAN ADDS STATE-OF-THE-ART WALL CASE TO ITS REVAMPED LOWER LEVEL TO FACILITATE SPECIAL ROTATING EXHIBITIONS
The Morgan Library & Museum recently installed a large, custom-fabricated wall case in the lower level of its three-story central court to accommodate ongoing exhibitions of work from its renowned collections of art, literature, music, and photography.
The new case is the key element in an overall refurbishment of the space, which had largely remained unchanged since 2006 and the completion of the museum’s Renzo Piano-designed expansion. Currently, nineteenth-century French and British watercolors are featured in the case. They were recently given to the Morgan by Trustee Hamilton Robinson, Jr., and his wife, Roxana.