Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of deaccession.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deaccession.

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Examples

  • (Ironically, one of the Albright-Knox deaccessions, a magnificent classical bronze of Artemis, is currently on display at the Metropolitan, on loan from the European collector who bought it for $25 million.)

    The Man Who Remade the Met

  • (Ironically, one of the Albright-Knox deaccessions, a magnificent classical bronze of Artemis, is currently on display at the Metropolitan, on loan from the European collector who bought it for $25 million.)

    The Man Who Remade the Met

  • (Ironically, one of the Albright-Knox deaccessions, a magnificent classical bronze of Artemis, is currently on display at the Metropolitan, on loan from the European collector who bought it for $25 million.)

    The Man Who Remade the Met

  • Key among those guidelines, Hogan emphasized, is that any funds garnered from a museum's deaccessions return directly to the appropriate department's acquisition budget - not the operational budget, despite what some people assume.

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  • "We just feel like we have better examples from the exact same period," Hogan said via telephone Tuesday, adding that the museum's 11 departments each manage their own deaccessions following guidelines laid out by the Association of Art Museum Directors.

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  • Brodsky Bill, which was designed to regulate museum deaccessions in New York State.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • What are the policies of the institution in regards to acquisitions, loans, and deaccessions?

    BC Bloggers

  • In short, deaccessioning is a laborious and mostly unrewarding process and the aim of the curator is to take in as few future deaccessions as possible.

    Museum Blogs

  • I pushed the heavy drapery aside and discerned the anxious features of my friend Peter Maas, amanuensis to the former chairman of the Ravenite's deaccessions committee, Signor Salvatore ( "Don't Say 'Si!'

    Dominick Dunne Slithers Into New York Rat's Nest

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