The sense of alarm surrounding the Detroit Institute of Arts is taking its toll on the museum, the New York Times reports. Concerned about the future of the museum’s collection, some wealthy patrons are less likely to donate works to the institution, and museum staff are dealing with consistently low morale. “We can take the threat. It’s the uncertainty we can’t stand. It’s the uncertainty that is clouding everything we do.” Says Director Graham W.J. Beal.
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