Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The LA Times reports that creditors of the city of Detroit are applying pressure on local leaders to sell off artworks belonging to the Detroit Institute of Arts in order to get paid for debts owed. They're also asking that the city of Detroit cooperate in assessing the value of the art.
Given the delay in assessing the value of the DIA's collection, one can certainly see why. What's taking so long?
Posted by Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento at 1:49 PM