Baltimore Museum of Art’s Proposed Sale of Paintings See Public Call of Protest from Former Trustees

October 16th, 2020

Former trustees, committee members, donors and docents at the Baltimore Museum of Art are asking Maryland state officials to step in on the institution’s plans to deaccession works by Andy Warhol, Clyfford Still and Brice Marden, and calling for investigations into suggested conflicts of interest. “To the extent it’s being presented as an equal justice initiative, that is a smokescreen — the museum is, at best, dedicating money to acquisitions and salaries that is well below the value of even one of the works being sold,” says former trustee Laurence J. Eisenstein.

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