The South Street Seaport Museum reopened its doors to the public last Wednesday following a year of inactivity. In association with the Museum of the City of New York, sixteen new galleries participated in presenting historical artifacts, video, contemporary design and photography, including a large exhibition dedicated to the media’s coverage of Occupy Wall Street, a stone’s throw from the movement’s birthplace.
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