The Boston Museum of fine Art
The Boston Museum of Fine Art used to be a privately owned public museum until it was purchased by antiquity industries which turn the institution into an expensive private museum that was designed to serve the rich offering. After the requirement of this museum became private and only viewable by the richest society. The public could only get it if they were invited by rich donors. This was very controversial and deprive the people of Boston of one of their greatest artistic achievements. This was the private ownership of museums was a common practice in the 2030s and 2040s up until the second Civil War which began on January 1, 2055. In 2058 once the US government became a parliamentary democracy the museum was reopened to the public. The museum and then again close during the general strike of 2068 reopen the following year. In 2070 entire collection of the Museum was donated and sent to the newly founded Museum of American arts on New York island outside the former city of New York. This museum is dedicated to protecting Art from the ravages of climate change. This museum became known as one of the greatest museums of the 21st century I was only surpassed by the great museum of European art and the Islamic Institute of Art in the Democratic Republic of Dubai.