Tuesday, August 12, 2008

"It's not a can of peas. We get into these very strange situations when we start thinking about our museum in an asset- or economic-oriented way"

Tyler Green interviews the director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art about the school's recent announcement that it would look into what a (certain kind of) sale of the Jackson Pollock it owns might bring.

They value the work for insurance purposes at $100 million.