- n. A person who visits a museum
- museum + -goer (Wiktionary)
“This is not how the 21st-century museumgoer is used to consuming culture.”
“Associated Press A museumgoer snapped a photo of the 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' exhibit at the Met, which attracted 661,509 visitors.”
“Context counts for the museumgoer, as much as for the archaeologist.”
“The critic Roger Shattuck, alluding to a famous remark by John Ruskin, argued that the wise museumgoer strives to look at works of art "with as innocent an eye as one can attain.”
“No, it strikes me as more akin to the museumgoer who, upon seeing a work of Abstract Expressionism, says "My kid could paint this," and then goes home to prove it.”
“In its desire to make more of its collection available to the museumgoer, the Met has adopted a department-store aesthetic in the way it has arranged its American holdings.”
“The museum is richly enhanced-both in its restoration and in the new ways it can serve the art and the museumgoer.”
“It may seem obvious, but why should the average museumgoer care whether the material they are seeing in an exhibit has no archaeological context?”
“But in every history book, in every newspaper article, on every anniversary, and now before every museumgoer, Hazel's hate-filled face blocked all that out.”
““I asked one guy directions,” said museumgoer Greg Libord.”
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