From NY Times: Several hundred millen­nials mingled under the soaring atrium of the Guggen­heim Museum on Fifth Avenue one recent frigid February night. Weaving around them were black-clad servers bearing silver trays piled high with dough­nuts, while a pixieish D.J. spun Daft Punk remixes.

The occa­sion was the museum’s annual Young Collec­tors Party, and the increas­ingly tipsy crowd thronged in a space usually filled with visi­tors eager to see the 73-year-old institution’s price­less artworks. But on this night, the galleries displaying an exhi­bi­tion of Italian Futurism were mostly cordoned off. Instead, youthful, glam­orous and moneyed New Yorkers were the main attrac­tion. · Go to Wooing a new gener­a­tion of museum patrons →