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A Statement From MOCA’s Jeffrey Deitch
After the ousting of MOCA’s widely respected chief curator, Paul Schimmel, and the subsequent resignations of all the museum’s artist-trustees, Baldessari, Kruger, Opie, and Ruscha, Director Jeffrey Deitch released this statement on museum’s website:
“The recent events and board resignations at MOCA have prompted a number of critical articles about the museum. 
We would like to reassure you of our commitment to extending MOCA’s legacy and international reputation as a preeminent contemporary art institution, to fulfilling the museum’s mission, and to ensuring that it has a secure future both financially and artistically.” Read the entire statement. 

Reblogged from Artnet:

A Statement From MOCA’s Jeffrey Deitch

After the ousting of MOCA’s widely respected chief curator, Paul Schimmel, and the subsequent resignations of all the museum’s artist-trustees, Baldessari, Kruger, Opie, and Ruscha, Director Jeffrey Deitch released this statement on museum’s website:

The recent events and board resignations at MOCA have prompted a number of critical articles about the museum. 

We would like to reassure you of our commitment to extending MOCA’s legacy and international reputation as a preeminent contemporary art institution, to fulfilling the museum’s mission, and to ensuring that it has a secure future both financially and artistically.Read the entire statement. 

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    MOCA’s dying.
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    Leave it to Deitch!
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