James Cuno

Getty Trust

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President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust and author of Who Owns Antiquities: Museums and the Battle over Our Ancient Heritage; former director of the Art Institute of Chicago; former director of London's venerated Courtauld Institute of Art

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After two years without senior leadership, the  Getty Trust  is now fully staffed at the top.  James Cuno has been President and CEO since last August, and  Timothy Potts  will become…

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