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Next November, the Museum of Art and Design will launch a perfume museum. Called The Center for Olfactory Art and curated by former New York Times fragrance editor Chandler Burr, the show space will launch next November with an exhibit of ten of the best perfumes invented since 1889. The logistics might be the craziest part: The gallery will dispense the scents from special atomizers, kind of like a high-brow version of the Abercrombie spritzing machines. [Gothamist; Previously]