Seriously?

Eli Broad Holds Back Some Pledges To LA MoCA from ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News by ArtsJournal

“Billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad hasn’t made scheduled payments to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles because the institution has $2.1 million in grants it hasn’t put toward exhibitions. … The missed payments come at a time when concerns over finances at the museum have resurfaced after four prominent artists quit MoCA’s board last month.” Bloomberg 08/09/12
Is this museum going to close its doors and dissolve its Board? Are museums the worst? (Hint: yes, but I have a dog in this fight)
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