MoMA Hit With Multiple Protests as it Reopens

October 21st, 2019

A pair of protests were staged at MoMA the past few days, with groups disrupting the opening this morning over Steven Tananbaum’s position as trustee, and his company’s holding of $2.5 billion in debt from Puerto Rico, which is currently facing government austerity, as well as a protest this past weekend over alleged museum ties to Fidelity Investments, which has stakes in GEO Group and CoreCivic, two private-prison companies.Read more at Art News