We get mad when you don’t get credit. A few months ago, we seethed when an article all about the exhibits at the Museum of the African Diaspora never once mentioned the exhibition designers (that would be Sussman/Prejza). But maybe writer Edward Rothstein heard our seething, because in this piece about the revamped Griffith Observatory, he makes a point to name the designers:
That doesn’t mean it isn’t flawed, but it does mean that the exhibitions by C&G Partners rather courageously turn their back on contemporary pressures in the museum world.
Bravo, Rothstein! And well done, C&G Partners.
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