Hoping to reflect a broader range of visitors, museums are diversifying their staffs, welcoming a more inclusive generation of future leaders.
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In May, the collectors Glenn and Amanda Fuhrman joined forces with the philanthropist Suzanne Deal Booth to double the pot.
Klaus Biesenbach will try to right the struggling Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which is looking east once again to fill its top spot.
The artist Susan Unterberg, acting anonymously, has distributed more than $5.5 million over 22 years to 220 underrecognized female artists over age 40.
Just as Cheim & Read closes in Chelsea, Adam Sheffer, one of its longtime partners, becomes a vice president at Pace.
Margot Norton of the New Museum and Jamillah James of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, will organize the show featuring emerging artists.
Michelangelo’s drawings drew them in and a new mandatory admission fee didn’t keep them away.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will christen the $25 million-dollar, 527-seat theater on July 7.
Amid criticism, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission voted 6 to 1 in favor of the museum’s revised expansion.