Reviews Published September 28th, 2011 ACCESS PRESS KIT & LOGOS

Madeleine Albright's pins carried diplomatic messages

In "Read My Pins, The Madeleine Albright Collection," the exhibition that went on display Monday at the New Orleans Museum of Art, the bathroom photo is juxtaposed with an image of a brooch made of shards of glass. The pin shows the "glass ceiling in its ideal condition: shattered," Albright said.

That pin seems a fitting place to start when talking about Albright's career and its unique intersection with her collection of jewelry, 200 or so pieces of which are on view in two upstairs rooms at NOMA.

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