I've thought for awhile that MoMA should open a second location in Central Park that was exclusively for the permanent collection. That would allow the carnival to continue at the 53rd St. location for blockbuster exhibitions and allow a location that offered reduced fees which are caused from the exhibitions. Very few people going to MoMA are going to see both the exhibition and the permanent collection. The clumsy escalator circulation is more suitable for exhibitions because you could separate the exhibits by floor and not interrupt the experience by having to take a stupid escalator. Buzzkill. They also need the open views Central Park has to allow for more natural light and taller galleries.