Visited this museum when it opened, and several times thereafter. A wonderful contemporary museum has been slowly downgraded to works on loan, failing to retain a major public sculpture by a renowned El Paso born artist,( whose same work sits in front of the Smithsonian in our capital,) charging fees to see the exhibitions, (too high), attempting to gain public participation by high schoolish games and projects tried in other cities. (Like voting on colors for the museum, which should be work of an curator with an art background. Adult child projects that follow art class curriculum of forty years ago, and of course, the gift shop that hasn't changed much of merchandise for the last five years or so. Also, person in charge acts like elitist who wonders why you are there!
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