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Director Paul Master-Karnik discusses Nina Levy's sculpture, "Big Baby." Master-Karnik announced his resignation on October 12. (Nina Levy) Nina Levy
Visual Arts

After 22 years, DeCordova director leaves behind a vibrant museum

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / November 5, 2006

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Paul Master-Karnik, the longtime director of the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, knew there would be whispers. That's what happens when a museum director, years from retirement age, resigns without a new job to "pursue other challenges." (Full article: 1137 words)

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