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Above: In an undated handout, a rendering of plans for the Marlene Hess and James D Zirin Lounge at the MoMA in New York City. The room is part of the museum's US$400 million expansion project.

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Above: In an undated handout, a rendering of the MoMA's historic Bauhaus staircase as incorporated into a redesign.

MoMA's makeover makes room for everybody

Jun 2, 2017 5:50 AM

New York

THE final design for the Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA) US$400 million expansion project, which was set to be officially unveiled on Thursday, is striking and provocative less because of its look than its implicit message: MoMA isn't modern yet.

Under the new plans, the

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