Jeffrey Deitch

Director, Museum of Contemporary Art

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Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, California

Jeffrey Deitch on KCRW

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LA's Museum of Contemporary Art has been called the best of its kind in the world, but it's in major financial trouble and recently got a  $30 million bailout  from…

Private Businessman to Head Public Museum

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