Sentence A posits that museums are not 'neutral spaces' that house objects without context. Sentence B expands on this idea, stating that museums propagate missions and legacies 'through design and architecture'. The point that these statements make is that the form of the museum--its design and architecture-- matters as much as the objects in it, for this adds context to the objects showcased in the space. Sentence C reiterates this, stating that 'there is no escaping the weight of the objects and stories told within their architecture'. ABC makes a cogent paragraph. Sentence D states a diametrically opposite view to the one in the other sentences, declaring that one museum isn't so different from another, as it displays 'the same major-canon artists, arranged in more or less the same way'. This is hence the odd one out. Correct Answer: Choice (D)
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