Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Here's what happened when Broad took over the board of an art museum

"It has been an honor to serve on the board," [artists Barbara] Kruger and [Catherine] Opie wrote. "But now we wonder if our position [is] just symbolic and that our ability to be heard and to suggest and make change has become a kind of inconvenience to the instrumental workings of the board."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

More Broad bullying. Just as Broad prefers school administrators untainted by any experience in education, apparently he prefers art museums run by people with no experience in art. Their experience would only stand in the way of what he wants to do. What an ego to believe, as he seems to, that his way is best in spite of ample evidence to the contrary. It would be nice for someone to stand up and tell him, "No thanks, keep your money. We have ideas of our own."