Norman Braman, Other Investors Threaten To Take Their Art Back

, Daily Business Review


Auto mogul Norman Braman leads a list of wealthy donors who say they want their art back from the Museum of Contemporary Art if a judge eventually rules that the permanent collection belongs to the city, not the museum.

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  • Arthur Metz

    The city of North Miami is foolish to pursue thus course. They should be greatful for the positive impact that MOCA has had on the surtoundung area and the city in general. Nirth Muami will loose a lot if when it looses MOCA. If ths Mayor who is no longer seated began ths legal mess, and he herself as been questionable in her past actions this motion by the city should be dropped immediately.

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