Lee Rosenbaum

'CultureGrrl' blogger

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Veteran cultural journalist, she blogs as 'CultureGrrl' at ArtsJournal.com, she also writes on arts and museums for the Wall Street Journal and Huffington Post, and appears on WNYC radio

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The art world is all abuzz over the latest offer to help the Museum of Contemporary Art, with its world-class collection of works created since 1945.

MOCA, LACMA and Eli Broad

The art world is all abuzz over the latest offer to help the Museum of Contemporary Art, with its world-class collection of works created since 1945.

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Financial problems at LA's Museum of Contemporary Art drew the attention of the State Attorney General when trustees paid bills with endowment money earmarked for other purposes.

Is MOCA Still in the Hole?

Financial problems at LA's Museum of Contemporary Art drew the attention of the State Attorney General when trustees paid bills with endowment money earmarked for other purposes.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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…

More New Blood at the Getty

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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