The one-year anniversary of the opening of the Taubman Museum of Art comes around this Sunday (although the museum won’t officially celebrate until Nov. 20, with the unveiling of an exhibit of 35 etchings by Rembrandt — I’ll have many more details on that shortly.)
I’m curious to hear from thoughts from anyone and everyone about the Taubman. Have you been to visit? If so, what did you like? What didn’t you like? If not, why not? What do you think the Taubman’s done well? What do you think the museum could do better? What about the architecture — do you still think it’s “The Wreck of the Flying Nun,” or has it won you over? An inquiring mind wants to know.