What should cultural organisations do with money offered to them by people who have different – perhaps controversial – beliefs, asks Ginia Bellafante.

On Monday afternoon, Jerry Saltz, the longtime art critic at New York Magazine, went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he has gone nearly once a week for three decades. After two hours of taking in “Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas,” he left and headed toward the fountain on the northern end of the plaza out front, which bears the name of it... Keep reading on The New York Times