Neil MacGregor Quote: “The distinction between a gallery and…”

The distinction between a gallery and a museum is enormous. The gallery is about looking at a thing of beauty; the purpose of the activity is an aesthetic response. The museum is actually about the object that lets you get into somebody else’s life.

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Name: Neil MacGregor
Profession: Historian
Nationality: British
Birthday: June 16, 1946
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